[Noisebridge-discuss] keeping NB open for holidays

David Halenda dskiko at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 12 06:06:35 UTC 2014


Lucky you, Naomi. I make a great Bellboy/baggage handler/translater/legal advisor and am recommending you hire me asap.

      From: Torrie Fischer <tdfischer at hackerbots.net>
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Cc: Harry Moreno <morenoh149 at gmail.com>; David Halenda <dskiko at yahoo.com> 
 Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2014 9:55 AM
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On Wednesday, December 10, 2014 01:09:24 PM Naomi Most wrote:
> And it's not about trust in anyone as an individual.  It's about trust the
> robustness of the community organism when it suddenly loses a large
> quantity of blood.

I think it might be helpful if we knew how many folks were gonna be at CCC or 
just away for the holidays.

I'm out gallivanting around the midwest and Germany 17th through at least Jan 


7.

Since I'm not really sure who might be at the space, here's what I won't be 
doing while I'm gone that I assumed responsibility to do:

* Shipping out whatever Indiegogo doesn't get shipped out
* Printing a new x-carriage and plastruder for the Prusa
* Giving grump about keys
* What few LED strips i've installed in the space, and the xbee/arduino/PSU 
project on the project shelves
* Occasionally poking the label printer
* Checking the downstairs mailbox
* Keeping the HP1320 supplied and functional
* Being super paranoid about shop safety and putting tools back
* Keeping the space from burning down on *accident*
* Upkeep of the [[Manual]]
* Meeting facilitation and note taking

This is also my own vacation from being at the space every day for far too 
long, so I figure its Excellent to hand over things I think I made a conscious 
effort to do with regularity.


  
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