[Noisebridge-discuss] door "security": culture, not policy.
Seth David Schoen
schoen at loyalty.org
Thu Mar 21 19:11:24 UTC 2013
Martin Bogomolni writes:
> In changing the problem I'm aligned with Rachel. Move the lock from
> -downstairs- to the upstairs door. Also move the pin pad to the
> upstairs door.
> For our mobility-impaired members, and people who come on bikes, do
> the same with an alternate wide door at the top landing where the
> elevator is. (Wall up the side door, make a sure door in front of
> the elevator. It's relatively easy to frame it up and put in a
> prehung door. Costs are pretty controlled for this.
I don't know that the landlord or other tenant would be super-OK with
removing the lock from downstairs.
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