[Noisebridge-discuss] "No Disassemble!" tags

Al Sweigart asweigart at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 19:12:08 UTC 2013

In order to help prevent having people's stuff moved around or cannibalized
for parts, I've created "No Disassemble" tags with little Johnny 5 pics
that people can tape to their projects. This will also help us identify
when something is *not* being used and can be hacked on/trashed.

Full details: https://noisebridge.net/wiki/No_Disassemble_Protocol


Q: Where are the tags?
A: At the front desk. There's a stack of them.

Q: What do I use to tape the tag to my project?
A: There's tape at the front desk. Don't use NB stickers (they're not
expensive, but they're not free either).

Q: I can just tag my stuff and leave it around forever?
A: No. Don't leave your tagged projects on the center common tables if you
aren't working on it. Also, fill out at least the name, contact info, and
current date on the tag.

Q: Why the date?
A: So we can tell if some project is months and months old and probably
hasn't been worked on in a while.

Q: What's the expiration field?
A: When you say it will be okay to junk this project. This field is
optional. Currently it defaults to a couple weeks. Maybe we should make
that one week or one month. We'll see how this works out.

Q: We've run out of tags! Where can we get more?
A: There's a PDF with ten tags per page on the wiki page:

Q: What keeps people from ignoring the tags?
A: Be Excellent to Each Other.

Q: This tagged project is in the way! What can I do?
A: You can move it if the owner isn't there, but try to move it very far.

Again, full details on the wiki page:
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