[Discussion] Getting a skip
Alan R Burns
alanrburns at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 11:35:59 NZDT 2012
It might be a good idea to add a page on the wiki for your projects
with photo and a request for help if needed.
This then makes room for progress updates to show the project has not
the more projects we have on the wiki the more people can see that we
are actually doing heaps and might inspire people to join.
And yes I know there are some people that are anti-web solutions.. you
don't have to do it if you don't want..
On 6 January 2012 11:23, Mr. C K <spielburg99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yup good idea. We need to give people plenty of warning that we are going to
> clean up and sift and sort. My suggestion is each item they want to keep as
> a project, needs to have a sticker on it containing name and date and
> possibly a contact detail such as Mobile number or email address.
> I also think we should agree on a reasonable time limit for projects to be
> stored at Tangleball without progress being made, to prevent partly
> completed projects taking up space for an excessive amount of time. What do
> we think is a reasonable length of time? 1 month? 2 months? 3 months?
> Also we could make downstairs the preferred store ( depending on whether
> items would possibly deteriorate) so that upstairs space is more clutter
> free. Free up the shelf space. Look forward to peoples ideas. Ck
> On Jan 6, 2012 12:37 AM, "Cheng Eu Chew" <renedox at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Awesome. I can put some money towards that as well. Two weeks (or
>> longer) might be a good idea.
>> We should give plenty of notice in advance - this may even serve as a
>> notice - that we are starting to clean/reorganise the space, will be
>> throwing things away very soon and they should claim it if they want
>> their project to stay.
>> If there are no objections to what is proposed, a simple write-up on
>> our website, Facebook and other contact points should suffice.
>> Cheng Eu Chew
>> Email : renedox at gmail.com
>> Mobile : +64220810098
>> On 6 January 2012 00:16, <jeremy at pyrosoftware.net> wrote:
>> > On that note, the skip.
>> > Cursory look suggests that if we had a skip for a week it'd cost about
>> > 240, or 280 if we wanted it for two.
>> > Depends how large we need it as well.
>> > I think this is a critical thing we've got to get sorted out so we can
>> > get
>> > the place tidied up; as if Cheng is correct and it's affecting our
>> > ability
>> > to gain/retain members this is a critical issue.
>> > I've just put in $200 into the tangleball ac. for this, if we could sort
>> > out timing + location that'd be great.
>> > I'm going to suggest that we aim for it to be put down on a monday and
>> > picked up wednesday week so that it gets through 2x Tuesday meetings so
>> > we
>> > can turf stuff into it.
>> > --
>> > Jeremy
>> > On Thu, January 5, 2012 4:35 am, Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop
>> > Enterprises
>> > Ltd. wrote:
>> >> Thanks for the offer, but they're a dime-a-dozen & very easy to come
>> >> by:
>> >> I've picked up several from large hardware stores (Mitre & the like),
>> >> so
>> >> unless we have a very specific use-case need, I would suggest getting
>> >> them
>> >> as we need them (trying to cut down on the needless clutter)
>> >> - J
>> >> On 12/1/5 15:15 , Robin Paulson wrote:
>> >>> there are about 5 lying on the footpath in eden terrace, seen at 2:30.
>> >>> if anyone is interested and has a car, you might want to get them.
>> >>> approx. here, on the north side of the road:
>> >>> https://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=27+Edinburgh+St,+Auckland,+1
>> >>> 010,+Auckland,+New+Zealand&ll=-36.869242,174.750016&spn=0.001678,0.0024
>> >>> 11&t=m&z=19&vpsrc=6
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