[Discussion] Getting a skip
Mr. C K
spielburg99 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 14:32:54 NZDT 2012
Perhaps a rule "bring it if you will use it. Bring and strip it if it's too
good to pass up",(useful components e.g. washing machine motor for power
generating)... but you are'nt going to use it in a project. "Othrr stuff,
perhaps put on this mailing list and only bring it to Tangleball if
someone replies wanting it."
On Jan 6, 2012 1:35 PM, "Cheng Eu Chew" <renedox at gmail.com> wrote:
> On that note, we should continue discussing this further both on here
> (possibly) and in the meetings.
> As an aside, Tessa just SMSed me because she has brewing equipment
> that she'd like to donate to Tangleball. I don't have a problem with
> putting my name on it or claming responsibility for this equipment.
> How will we be going about receiving useful donations?
> Cheng Eu Chew
> Email : renedox at gmail.com
> Mobile : +64220810098
> On 6 January 2012 13:03, Alan R Burns <alanrburns at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 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
> >> later date because someone inconsiderate moves their stuff around? i
> >> don't need to prove anything, and neither does anyone else, frankly
> >> 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.
> >> --
> >> robin
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