[Noisebridge-discuss] Vending Machine
citizenkeys at gmail.com
Sun Jan 9 18:14:43 PST 2011
Some questions that have cropped up about the vending machine:
1) Who has the keys to the vending machine?
2) What happens with the profits on vending machine sales?
3) Who empties the money from the vending machine?
4) What happens with the money once its emptied from the machine?
The second question in particular came up when discussing how the drinks
in the machine cost less than $1 each. Since that necessarily implies a
profit, where are the profits going?
On 1/4/2011 7:50 PM, Nicholas Iannone wrote:
> That might be a typo, I'm fairly certain it's 9.95 and not 99.95 but
> it's also possible we have the wrong manual.
> The wiki hook up seems amazingly awesome, sounds like a fun project, let
> me know if I can help, I remember also one of the ideas we had was to
> hook it up in a similar fashion to the door where it makes a noise over
> the loudspeaker whenever someone buys something. thoughts?
> On Jan 4, 2011, at 7:44 PM, John Morgan wrote:
>> the other thing he was going to check out when he comes by is the
>> ability to take 2 or more bills, I had originally planned to set
>> it up for $2(as was the standard donation per the fridge) but the
>> machine only accepts one bill and then you must put in change for
>> the rest, obviously it would be ideal to just insert 2 x $1 dollar
>> bills but he's not sure it's possible. I have the amount set to $1
>> but it's fairly easy to adjust it.
>> Page 15 of the manual-
>> "Note: The SIID’s multi-pricing capability allows you to set all
>> selections to any price in the range of $0.00 to $99.95."
>> Boy, this thing looks like some fun... Has hooking this thing up to
>> the wiki for real-time donation updates been talked about yet? Looks
>> fairly straight forward according to that manual...
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