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dnh [2019-08-24 13:18]
alfie [Short-term Project Storage]
dnh [2019-08-24 13:19]
alfie [Notices of Disposal]
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 However, to avoid lots of unknown clutter (and the inevitable tears when somebody'​s project gets thrown away), members are encouraged (required?) to label their projects. Additionally,​ sometimes projects are abandoned by their owners, leading to more clutter. The Do Not Hack system is designed to make solving these problems easier. However, to avoid lots of unknown clutter (and the inevitable tears when somebody'​s project gets thrown away), members are encouraged (required?) to label their projects. Additionally,​ sometimes projects are abandoned by their owners, leading to more clutter. The Do Not Hack system is designed to make solving these problems easier.
-===== Do Not Hack =====+===== Do Not Hack Stickers ​=====
  
 ===== Notices of Disposal ===== ===== Notices of Disposal =====
  
 **NoDs are not valid unless you have notified the mailing list, ideally with a photograph of the item you have marked.** **NoDs are not valid unless you have notified the mailing list, ideally with a photograph of the item you have marked.**
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 +===== Postscript =====
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 +The DNH/NoD system is not an excuse to be petty, or passive-aggressive about clutter. If a member'​s stuff is a problem, **talk to them**. The DNH/NoD system is designed to make it *easier* to identify people'​s stuff, and to allow us to more effectively get rid of the random junk which seems to accumulate in the Hacklab. Don't be a jerk. 
dnh.txt ยท Last modified: 2019-08-24 21:28 by alfie