[Makerspace] Space and organisation and projects

ned haughton naught101 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 17:05:47 AEST 2018

Righto, how about 10am this Sunday, for 2-3 hours? I want to hunt out a 
few components for some synth stuff.

Felix, since you're the only one who's replied so far, does that time 
work for you? If so, I'll make a meet up event. And bring milk.


On 29/03/18 20:39, Felix Sheldon wrote:
> Heya Ned,
> Good stuff, I'm up for a cleanup pretty much any time.
> Maybe GitLab would work well for that sort of thing?
> On 29 March 2018 at 00:29, ned haughton <naught101 at gmail.com 
> <mailto:naught101 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hey all,
>     I just dumped a bit of stuff in the space that is probably better
>     off being used by many than just me. Mostly parts (whole lot 
>     basic components, a few steppers, some other bits) and a drill and
>     speaker that need to be tested and possibly fixed of wharfed. I
>     might also move a few more of my tools over there, if there aren't
>     equivalents already there.
>     I think there's a fair bit of stuff like that in the space at the
>     moment, and I was wondering if anyone else felt like having a bit
>     of a clean-up some time in the near future? Maybe one evening, or
>     for a couple of hours during the day on a weekend or something. It
>     would probably be good to have at least 2-3 people, but probably
>     not more than 4-5. If lots of people are keen, we could do two
>     (and it would probably be good for us to do something like that at
>     least every few months, depending on how much the space is being
>     used).
>     It would be good to get more large clear plastic containers for
>     sorting and storing parts in, if anyone has any (and unless anyone
>     has any better storage options).
>     Also, I was wondering about some kind of project management tools,
>     to keep track of all of the projects that have been dreamed up,
>     started, or are near completion. Perhaps we could just use github
>     projects, since we already have the team. Otherwise I'd be happy
>     to host an instance of Taiga.io or Wekan or something. Anyone have
>     any good ideas on what might work well for the makerspace?
>     I'm hoping to get back into being involved in the makerspace a bit
>     more later in the year, when I'm done with my PhD. I'm especially
>     planning on doing a bit of synth building. Looking forward to
>     putting those tools to use :)
>     Cheers
>     ned

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