[Discussion] The Great Summer Cleanup of 2012
Mr. C K
spielburg99 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 12:20:06 NZDT 2012
Yah, I have told Blackheart 4 or so times during the past year, that there
is a green wheelie bin full of firewood for them, but they don't seem to
have the strength to walk down and collect it, so my new solution is to
take firewood up to them in boxes. please use the two cardboard boxes near
the tangle crate for offcuts and kindling. I will sort it out and take it
up to them.. They will accept it untill they have no more storage space. I
also think we could also give away boxes of firewood at opendays, say fill
up banana boxes and label them, and put them out at open days, hopefully
someone has a fireplace. Cheers CK.
On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 11:59 AM, Jaco van der Merwe - Workshop Enterprises
Ltd. <workshop.enterprises at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for that, Abhishek.
> & thanks to Cal (& others) for helping with the initial sorting.
> The black crate is already starting to fill up with pure rubbish, with the
> notable exceptions of 4 or 5 items - Cal's accounted for most of it (like
> the little portable TV), so that should be good to go to a new
> We've managed to sort out most of the space (please keep it sorted - I
> really don't want to do it again soon).
> That large table next to the window/BBQ's is now a "sorting table" - we've
> put all the loose boxes containing useful/usable stuff that needs sorting
> or disposal on it (there's literally no more space for anything else), so
> please, whenever anyone goes to the space, please-please-PLEASE just to a
> bit of token sorting so that we can start working through the heap.
> & to reiterate a previous request: please bring in some uniform containers
> - wine-bottle boxes, photocopy-paper boxes, 30 litre crates/boxes or lidded
> wheely-bins. (anything else becomes a bit tricky to store or stack)
> Other boxes will be used to take some of that those pieces of wood scrap
> off-cuts up to BlackHeart (Cal's got more on this) - there's already a
> whole green wheely-bin they can can come pick up (could someone please
> communicate this to them)
> If there are any questions, please ping me.
> Kind regards - Jaco
> On 12/1/10 23:14 , Abhishek Reddy wrote:
> We're cleaning up the space, with at least three major outcomes in mind:
> * More room for actual projects instead of storing unwanted clutter
> * Organizing new storage space on a per-member basis (plus common
> resources and working areas)
> * Creating a scheme for handling unclaimed and unwarranted donations
> that could generate clutter (i.e. keeping it out)
> The immediate task is to dispose of junk that has accrued, ideally without
> inadvertently throwing out anything that anyone wants. That last part will
> be tricky, since a lot of desirable stuff is unmarked and unclaimed.
> The junk is being collected in the large black plastic crate.
> So we're trying to catalogue everything that's being set aside for
> disposal, that we don't definitely know should be thrown out. The list will
> be on the wiki (see below) and updated frequently until eventually (week or
> two?) we bring in a skip to take a load of junk away.
> Here's a start on a wiki page:
> Please add to the wiki page as you see fit, especially if you put
> something aside for the skip, that you're not sure about.
> If you forget or dislike the wiki, there's also a sheaf of paper and a pen
> clipped on the side of the crate, so you can jot down things you add as you
> go. I'll copy the notes to the wiki periodically.
> Note: please do not interfere with anything belonging to Tumeke Cycle
> Space. This is strictly about Tangleball's clutter. If in doubt, tag it and
> keep it.
> Abhishek Reddy
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