[Digitalarchivists] Meeting Report
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newmy51 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 16 06:59:34 UTC 2013
Thanks for the very informative status report. Recent drama
notwithstanding, I'm still game for vying for a piece of/all of the
darkroom, but appropriate timing will definitely be key. I agree that
there's a good chance that book scanning and film developing could coexist
in there someday, as they do overlap thematically, to some extent. I'm
also still amenable to the idea of snatching up some school lockers to be
clandestinely located inside the darkroom, where most people never venture
anyway. All things to be discussed at future DAG and general Noisebridge
meetings. Definitely keep us posted on whatever this Jo(h)n has to say
about things. Let's see if we can't get him to subscribe here so he can
join in on the conversation himself.
My plan was to stash the cameras in there tomorrow since I won't be around
on Thursday. I'm now having second thoughts... Anyone able to meet me
tomorrow afternoon/evening at Noisebridge to make the handoff? Or if not
Noisebridge, somewhere else? Sunset?
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 10:47 PM, Christopher Whipple <crw at crwbot.com>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I showed up early in the hopes of catching the weekly Radio meeting, but
> apparently that wasn't on. I went to check in on the book scanner and found
> it on a table outside the dark room. The dark room had been set back up as
> a dark room and had that vinegary smell you'd expect from, well, a
> functioning dark room.
> RAYC helped me move the book scanner back where we'd left it and I stuck a
> weak "DO NOT MOVE" sign on it.
> At the end of the meeting it came out that a certain Nadine had been
> abusing the dark room facilities, living there, storing clothes and junk
> there, and of having moved the photographic equipment out. She had stated
> that she wanted to turn the dark room into an art studio. When Jo[h]n
> (didn't catch his last name) came back from an extended absence and saw the
> condition of the dark room, he dumped her stuff out and set the
> photographic equipment back up and used it to process film and prints.
> So in light of all that new information, I didn't feel it was appropriate
> to propose a consensus item for us to take over the dark room and attempt
> to secure it with locks and threats and things like that.
> John seems a reasonable fellow. He understands our situation and is game
> for discussing ways that we can peacefully coexist in the space. He doesn't
> seem to mind attempting to secure the room. I invited him to our Thursday
> meeting, but he has a conflicting engagement.
> So that's what I've got to report. Suggestions on how to proceed from here?
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