[Darkroom] Darkroom status update?
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 13:19:21 PDT 2010
Good. You, me, and the other uppity laborman, Sean, should all have tea.
Chat or email off-list to schedule.
On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 13:14, Shälaco Sching <shalaco at gmail.com> wrote:
> I got labor.
> Need shit built? Holes drilled? What the fuck ever? I got tiiiiiiiime.
> What needs to get done? Or do I need to just read up, find what needs
> to get done and eff'n do it?
> On 4/28/10, Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Seems like labor is the biggest shortage lately. Money was certainly
> > in at a close second, but having Rubin as non-corporeal check signer
> > alleviates that. Perhaps it's time to rely on the tried and true
> > for funds paradigm? I think that it would be nice to find someone from
> > within the ranks who will work for really cheap--though not for free.
> > nice thing about paying people is that then you can tell them when to get
> > things done. It seems like amongst ourselves, it might be a while until
> > aggregated free time results in a completed darkroom. So maybe we post
> > first to discuss?
> > If I get a second from a non-Rubin person who will help me coordinate
> > shite, I'll start shopping around. (ahem, Ben?)
> > -Kelly
> > On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 12:24, Kelly <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> By category, subtasks, and what each requires:
> >> - What we _need_ to make black and white development and prints
> >> possible
> >> - plumbing
> >> - Ask Zedd
> >> - ventilation
> >> - labor
> >> - lumber
> >> - Probably just 2x4s would be fine. Ben and I spec-ed this out,
> >> maybe he can give a better shopping list here. We already
> >> the ducts and
> >> the fan.
> >> - What we _want_ but don't need for black and white
> >> development and prints
> >> - a counter
> >> - labor
> >> - more lumber
> >> - countertop
> >> - Last I checked the consensus was on epoxy and we thought this
> >> one seemed ok: http://www.epoxyproducts.com/bartop.html but
> >> were concerned because it is sensitive to some chemicals.
> >> - If we really want to fantasize, the way to do this right
> >> stainless. Anyone have that spec-ed?
> >> - A print
> >> washer<
> >> - See also: less fancy
> >> kind<
> >> - What else do we _want_ but don't need.
> >> - A processor, for the lazy. No idea which ones are any
> >> good<
> >> .
> >> - For masturbatory reference: Ebay darkroom processing equipment
> >> category<
> >> - I'll get back to you on this. I definitely have extensive
> >> fantasies, and I'm sure some of them can be distilled into
> >> individual
> >> objects which can be purchased at reasonable amounts and which
> >> be of
> >> use to many people.
> >> --Kelly
> >> On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 23:25, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> >> > I have about a grand or so to throw into the darkroom at the beginning
> >> > of next week. If I get a list by then of shit I can order online with
> >> > links (or things that someone in person could buy and I could just
> >> > them a check or something) that'll aid in making the darkroom more
> >> > complete, great! If I don't get some such list of things then I'll be
> >> > throwing the money into a new server and bike parts for myself.
> >> >
> >> > --
> >> > Rubin Abdi
> >> > rubin at starset.net
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