[Committee] Use of the cleaner's emergency escape
jpittar at bigpond.net.au
Thu Feb 17 07:46:06 EST 2011
Especially if the turnstiles stop part way. That would cause some amusement.
I'm for fostering good relaions and not worrying about it.
Think of it from their point of view - it is a very long way around the
front. Ducking through the back door must have become somewhat ingrained,
and would be a hard habit to break.
Let us decide what to do about this when we install the alarm, particularly
If we sent them a monthly log of how many times each one of them visited the
toilet I think they would get the picture they are being watched.
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[mailto:committee-bounces at makehackvoid.com]On Behalf Of Alastair D'Silva
Sent: Wednesday, 16 February 2011 11:32 PM
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Subject: Re: [Committee] Use of the cleaner's emergency escape
We should let him know that our area (and that door) will have its own alarm
system soon enough.
I'm still not sure how to secure our area against the shared area though...
How about some full height turnstiles (like at some amusement parks)?
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> Subject: [Committee] Use of the cleaner's emergency escape
> I just got back from the hackerspace.
> While talking to the cleaner, he asked if his apprentice could walk
> through the roller door to go to the toilet. I said ok. We got to
> talking and he told me that when people aren't in the MHV hackerspace,
> he normally just goes through "that door" (pointing at their emergency
> escape door next to the chemical bund) and through the space to go to
> the toilet.
> I thought I'd better bring this to the committee's attention before I
> said anything to him.
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