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Plan layout of the recess now that laser cutter Morris has been moved to the laser cutter room #1048

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jackie1050 opened this Issue Feb 2, 2019 · 2 comments

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jackie1050 commented Feb 2, 2019

This is a place to record details for the layout of the recess, to make sure everyone is aware of any plans and has a chance to discuss them.
Particularly:

  • what equipment and storage should go in the recess
  • whether we can have equipment at a height where it can be accessible from wheelchairs without having to ask for assistance
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johnmckerrell commented Feb 5, 2019

A few things I think it would be worth considering moving into here:

  • Printers (2D!)
  • Mailboxes
  • Maybe the secure disposal bin?

Having the mailboxes tucked away a little might help for security, although if placement of equipment means there's a good reason for random people to be in there anyway that might negate this.

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DoESsean commented Feb 7, 2019

Ok, so this is actually a ridiculous idea but it occurred to me so I'm going to write it down.

If we got a couple of couches in there, we could have a really nice little chat show-type set up. We could actually film stuff to go on our YouTube channel with the people that work here, or interesting folk that come and do events.

This wouldn't necessarily preclude us having other stuff in there too, and could be moved in and out as we liked so long as there was a nice clear central space.

Again, I realise this is kind of mental but, from a visibility point of view, it could be very good for us.

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