[Noisebridge-discuss] more member shelves = more happy members = more NB income
citizenkeys at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 21:15:28 PST 2011
My personal rule is that if a decision involves spending a non-trivial
amount of money, and the money is being spent on something for a group,
then i try to reach some sort of consensus. There's just no point in
spending money on something that nobody else wants.
I don't mind spending the entire cash upfront myself if I can find a
good deal and people are willing to donate cash after-the-fact so I can
recoup most of the cost.
I figure we can replace the shelves one set at a time. We can get one
set now. After people move their stuff into those, then we can replace
another set. I can probably spent $500 out of my own pocket to get this
done faster, provided that some form of donations after-the-fact will
If we can all generally reach some sort of agreement on this, then I can
get at least one set of lockers in there within the next week.
Here's a few choice things I found on craigslist. Nevermind the prices
right now, just the selection. What's everyone's opinion about these:
Shiny Red Lockers
Steel Lockers - Banks of 18
Storage Locker Cabinets
On 1/31/2011 4:51 PM, Jake wrote:
> and also, because I object to the use of more communal space being
> gentrified into private storage space if it can be avoided.
> ---- original mess ----
> On a practical note of the members-only shelves, as a non-official member
> (i donate off the books) and a non-shelf-haver, I would like to recommend
> that a group of non-contraversial persons go through the shelving spaces
> and find the spaces being squatted by ex-members, or current members who
> are spreading like a fungus into other shelves unneccesarily.
> in other words, discover the ten shelves which are not being appropriately
> allocated, and rename them to FOUND002.CHK and put their contents in the
> donation area after their owners have been given a chance to claim them.
> mostly because i know theres probably a lot of cool stuff abandoned on
> those shelves.
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