[Noisebridge-discuss] We have lockers! They are Nice Things. :D

Al Sweigart asweigart at gmail.com
Fri Jan 3 01:44:32 UTC 2014

Ack, I forgot: Thanks to Greg, Ari, Hilaire, and the people in the space
who helped move the lockers inside.

Also: If you would really like a locker but the $10 is a problem, just
email me a request anyway.

On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 5:04 PM, Al Sweigart <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:

> Lockers got delivered to the space today! Pictures:
> http://imgur.com/a/vdnj5
> There are 24 of them, half-length. 3 banks of 8 school lockers each (4 on
> top, 4 on bottom). 3 feet by 12 inches, and 12 inches deep. Each is usable
> with your own lock. Noisebridge isn't paying for them, I found a really
> great deal on craigslist and had to act fast so it's coming out of my
> pocket (if you'd like to help reimburse me for the $500, that'd be great.
> Normally these are $500 or $600 per bank, even used.)
> Details:
> If you want a locker, email me and I'll register it on the locker
> assignment wiki page: https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Locker_Assignments The
> lockers are $10 a month. Make a payment to me or to one of the officers. To
> avoid getting into a messy situation like the member shelves, I'd like to
> take better care of them and maintain them.
> * * * If you don't register a locker, you can still use them as temporary
> daily shelves. Pick one of the ones marked "UNASSIGNED". However, don't
> store/lock things in them overnight. You might want to write your name on
> the locker so I can try to contact you instead of just cutting the lock. *
> * *
> Full details are on the locker protocol page. But it's basically common
> sense: don't store perishable food in the lockers, don't store stuff that
> might be hazardous or smelly or leak, don't use the lockers so that you can
> live at Noisebridge, use them at your own risk (i.e. "safety not
> guaranteed"), feel free to decorate and tape up your locker but don't
> permanently mark them, and don't even "practice" lock-picking on lockers,
> etc. https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Locker_Protocol But it's slightly more
> secure than something just lying on the member shelf.
> If you have questions, here's the locker FAQ:
> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Locker_FAQ
> -Al
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