[Discussion] Getting a skip
Alan R Burns
alanrburns at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 13:03:54 NZDT 2012
Okay Robin what ever you say pal ;)
On 6 January 2012 12:32, Robin Paulson <robin at bumblepuppy.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Jan 2012 11:58:40 +1300, Alan R Burns wrote:
>> If people put their thing/tools away when they leave they will
>> probably not lose it..
>> making a wiki page with a photo for projects to prove that you are
>> doing something might help
>> To impartially resole a dispute you need evidence.. not just claims..
> it wasn't 'lost', don't jump to conclusions, or do you have some
> 'evidence' for that 'claim'? the things were put away on a shelf and
> very well labelled. and then someone else moved them.
> are you serious? you're suggesting that everyone photograph and
> document every project they work on in case they need 'evidence' at some
> later date because someone inconsiderate moves their stuff around? i
> don't need to prove anything, and neither does anyone else, frankly it's
> none of anyone's damn business what i or anyone else is doing there. if
> we're talking about driving people away, then this is a good way to do
> it. i think people showing respect around other people's gear is a
> better place to start, rather than pointing fingers at the person who's
> stuff was disturbed.
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