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Fit a TV on the first floor landing #1086

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johnmckerrell opened this issue Mar 20, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Mar 20, 2019

We've got permission from Jason and the other tenants to fit a TV on the first floor landing above the small corridor to the events room. The TV is propped up next to the sofa in the meeting nook, I'm not sure where the mount is that was in Dinky (I think a new one was used for the bigger TV).

Not sure of the best route for power. I was going to say the HDMI should go through to doorbot1 in the events room but it could actually be worth just using a new Pi so that we only have to run power. In theory we wouldn't need this to be a doorbot but if we make use of the doorbot ansible scripts we get the screensaver disabling features and that sort of thing.

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commented Apr 27, 2019

The balena web-dash could work well for this too

https://github.com/DynamicDevices/does-rpi3-dash

There's a wider concern about what happens re: DoES office-space security if we have clubbers coming via the landing from from a bar upstairs having been drinking until 2:30am.

Will a TV be safe? Will our equipment be safe? (perhaps needs breaking out to a separate issue?)

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commented Apr 27, 2019

To add to that - and pre-empting a discussion about whether the community is in favour of supporting a bar upstairs - if such a thing occurred should we have cameras on the landing and more secure doors. And if so should the people setting up the bar commit to pay for this?

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