[Noisebridge-discuss] Linux study group hdwe?
rachel lyra hospodar
rachelyra at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 15:19:50 UTC 2014
Thanks everyone for sticking up for me.
I spent my evening mucking out mouseshit and the possessions of people who
found that closet a convenient place to store clothing, toiletries, and
food. I understand it needs some drywall work done to bring it up to code,
which means removing everything. It definitely needs to be hot mopped. Like
six times. Anyone who wants to store gear in it during that process is kind
The space is indeed a wasteland, lots of stuff is getting tossed, and it is
high time. I am excited about the work that's being done and where it will
Pirate Matt suggested that on Thursday evening we have a 'juried art show'
where we decide which of the accumulated paintings/wall arts to keep. It
would be fun to see folks! Cleaning was fun, I swear. Come do some! Also,
anyone who needs any kitchen implements, now's the time... we have like
three coffee makers, a couple rice cookers, a hundred dishes, and it ain't
all getting kept.
On Jul 2, 2014 7:26 AM, "Wes Bacon" <staryoke at yahoo.com> wrote:
> With all due respect, this is exactly part of the NB ReBoot - get rid of
> junk and stuff.
> If people don't step forward to claim these things, when a call is put out
> (like Rachel did), then it will be re-cycled - not stuffed back into some
> hidey-hole. Stuff like this IS "in the way" of cleaning up NB if nobody
> takes ownership / responsibility for it.
> Also when someone tries to do the right thing - like find ownership /
> responsibility for stuff here at NB during this ReBoot before it gets
> tossed, please remember to "be excellent" to each other. Pompous answers
> like "Found? Its lived there quietly unobtrusively probably longer than
> youve come to the space." is not required or necessary. Thanks.
> On Jul 1, 2014, at 20:40, maestro <maestro415 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Its lived there quietly unobtrusively probably longer than youve come to
> the space.
> While we appreciate your asking before taking it upon yourself to e-WASTE
> it, unless some being moved it its in NO ONES way, as you stated clearly
> marked, and has nothing to do with the electrical work or circuit boxes, or
> anyone else or their projects.
> Perhaps you can do an excellence & put a note in it NOT to touch it...
> That would be very kewl...
> Message ends
> On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, rachel lyra hospodar <rachelyra at gmail.com>
> > Found in water heater closet - bin of random computer peripherals marked
> 'Linux study group'. Folks want to keep this stuff dedicated for this
> purpose? Storing at home during reboot would be a good idea. It's an ewaste
> wasteland in here, this stuff looks ripe to get accidentally tossed.
> *~the quieter you become, the more you are able to hear...*
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