[Noisebridge-discuss] Shelves and Lockers cleanup this wednesday
john.d.shutt at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 01:43:23 UTC 2015
Probably goes without saying, but the Digital Archivists locker is still in active use.
> On Aug 17, 2015, at 12:39 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
> Great! A+!
> As I read this, you hope to take action this week.
> Sometime in the past we tried this and gave 30 day
> notice in advance of taking action. My comment is wrt
> lockers for which "there isn't any indication that it
> has been used in the last 30 days,"
> Would it be more polite to mark everything for
> some date this week and present a warning of cleanliness
> after the same date next month?
> Just suggesting and asking.
> On 08/17/2015 05:59 PM, Torrie Fischer wrote:
>> Hi, noisebridge.
>> The "project" shelves are full of crap that isn't labeled or maintained or
>> any of the nice things that keep the space tidy.
>> I'm guilty of this too and should be laughed at and shamed appropriately.
>> This week lets clean up the project shelves and lockers!
>> If you've got a locker and there isn't any indication that it has been
>> used in the last 30 days, the lock will get cut and the contents donated
>> to the lost and found box. The best way to indicate its use is to write a
>> last-modified date on it along with contact information.
>> Same goes for the "project" shelves. There's a big pile of yellow/orange
>> tags in the space that can be used to mark things.
>> - If it isn't tagged, it'll get tagged with today's date and a plea for
>> more contact information
>> - If it is tagged and has been around longer than 30 days, it'll get
>> donated to the lost and found.
>> - If it is very obviously trash, it'll be thrown out.
>> - If consensus is that an untagged project or locker is stale beyond a
>> month, it'll get donated to the lost and found.
>> I'd like to make this happen this Wednesday, a bit after we discuss plans
>> for the Refresh in ~2 months.
>> TL;DR: Come to the space before Wednesday night or reply to this thread to
>> make sure your shit doesn't get thrown out.
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