[Noisebridge-discuss] Jan 5th Member Shelf and Floor Cleaning (punch and pie)

Zach organic_unity at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 29 23:02:35 UTC 2013

so is that a no on moving stuff to the hacker shelves?  I think this is really important.  the w3000 looks obviously broken (among other things)...thats just the point, what is obvious to one person is not obvious to another.  and that 1000w inverter i saved is broken as well.  but the parts are there and people have put a lot of time into troubleshooting them /and/ its just really nice parts and stuff.  i sharpied the w3000 with info on the repairs i did, but theres a lot of other stuff there I think deserves at least a week on the hacker shelves before going into the trash.  people will use some of the parts and landfill doesnt really help anyone (which is where most of it is going to end up, unless we want to convince ourselves of green-washing fairy tales that companies push on us)


On Sunday, December 29, 2013 11:00 AM, Al Sweigart <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:
We can set aside the dell w3000 and mark it as having a broken logic board. Basically the stuff that would get tossed into e-waste are the things that are obviously broken. Anything that looks like it works but is on the floor and unmarked, we'll just have to consider abandoned and move it to the hack shelves.


On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:

On 12/29/2013 4:55:01 AM, "Zach" <organic_unity at yahoo.com> wrote:
>  i would just like to suggest that things from the member shelf floor at least get moved to the hacker shelves before going into e-waste.  
>Genius. Hope people cleaning the Member Shelves area agree with you!
>Johny Radio
>If you have to police the space, you're doing it wrong!
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