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    I'll donate the locks. I have a bag of them.<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 10/08/2012 08:59 PM, Jennifer Mann
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cite="mid:CAEK24ZnKacBxpmYSKynh=DbDD1HO7t1jYSUTLP217vODV=zv2w@mail.gmail.com"
      type="cite">Regarding the laptops that run the CNC, laser cutter,
      etc. ...  would it be worth spending some Noisebridge funds on a
      couple of laptop lock cables ($13 ea.) to keep them from wandering
      off next time they are replaced?  Or were those already in use and
      cut through?
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      <div>I just joined Noisebridge, and I love that it is a very open
        and trusting place.  However, I think there are a few
        inexpensive precautions that could be implemented that wouldn't
        be seen as unfriendly, just as assuring that general-use items
        will be there when someone needs them.<br>
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        <div>- Jenn<br>
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          <div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 6:10 PM,
            Martin Bogomolni <span dir="ltr"><<a
                moz-do-not-send="true"
                href="mailto:martinbogo@gmail.com" target="_blank">martinbogo@gmail.com</a>></span>
            wrote:<br>
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              .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">... AND
              one of my macbooks (one was returned, eventually)<br>
              ... AND a sled of chips<br>
              ... AND a small miniITX machine.  Old, but serviceable<br>
              <br>
              The fact is, if it's valuable and on a member shelf ..
              these days<br>
              there's a good chance it's gone.<br>
              <br>
              I thought about bringing one of those plastic storage bins
              with a<br>
              lockable top and putting it on my shelf space.   I'm still
              thinking<br>
              about that solution.<br>
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                  -M<br>
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                  On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 7:07 PM, Jake <<a
                    moz-do-not-send="true" href="mailto:jake@spaz.org"
                    target="_blank">jake@spaz.org</a>> wrote:<br>
                  > Actually, there has been theft.  Maybe not of the
                  donations bins (i disagree<br>
                  > that presence of proper collection precludes the
                  possibility that people are<br>
                  > sticking their hands into an unmonitored unlocked
                  box of cash by the door)<br>
                  > but of laptops.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Laptops have been disappearing from the member
                  shelves and elsewhere.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Everyone knows about the lasercutter laptop that
                  was stolen by some tweaker.<br>
                  > Not everyone realizes that the CNC machine laptop
                  has been stolen THREE<br>
                  > TIMES.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > The first one was the one we took to toorcamp -
                  it had been donated by<br>
                  > Carlos just before toorcamp.  It was stolen a few
                  weeks after toorcamp, i<br>
                  > believe.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Then I gave Hao another laptop to use as the CNC
                  laptop, and he put it on<br>
                  > his member shelf.  Before he got it set up and
                  running, I gave him another<br>
                  > laptop to use as CNC machine (to use whichever
                  worked better) but then both<br>
                  > were stolen, from his shelf.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > That, coupled with the disappearance of a lot of
                  valuable and useful<br>
                  > materials from the hack shelves, is plenty of
                  proof to me that theft is<br>
                  > happening.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > -jake<br>
                  ><br>
                  ><br>
                  > Danny / O'Brien wrote:<br>
                  > Oh, as you were then. I checked the black bin,
                  and it was in there. Mea<br>
                  > culpa.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > No-one will, of course, remember this email when
                  they tell each other<br>
                  > enthusiastically how money is going from the
                  bins.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Anyway, all my other points are EXCELLENT, and we
                  should probably be more<br>
                  > organized about this. I will defer doing anything
                  about this until somebody<br>
                  > harasses me though.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > d.<br>
                  ><br>
                  > On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 10:29 PM, Mitchel
                  McAllister <xonimmortal at<br>
                  > <a moz-do-not-send="true"
                    href="http://yahoo.com" target="_blank">yahoo.com</a>>wrote:<br>
                  ><br>
                  ><br>
                  >> I have been taking the money out of the pink
                  box and putting it in the<br>
                  >> metal box, as was requested by a member,
                  after I expressed concern that<br>
                  ><br>
                  > the<br>
                  >><br>
                  >> hasp on the pink box was broken.<br>
                  >><br>
                  >> I haven't seen people taking things from the
                  bins, but I have seen<br>
                  ><br>
                  > people<br>
                  >><br>
                  >> tossing things from bin to bin.<br>
                  >><br>
                  >> - Reverend Mik ------------------------------
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          Jennifer Mann<br>
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