Notes are cool and all but they don't work too well if people just
Folks seem to already be ignoring this mailing list and other cultural
forces that request the door be kept close.
I'm in favor of rekeying the lock and making sure that whoever gives
out the new keys has a stern conversation with keyholders about this
sort of thing.
On Sat, 2016-01-23 at 09:53 -0800, danarauz(a)gmail.com wrote:
Many times I have seen the door ajar, mostly at night, and when I
tried to closed it some folks standing outside, usually smoking, had
to leave it like that.
On the other hand, when events are taking place I have noticed that
door its intentionally kept open to guide the newcomers that it is
entrance and they don't have to bother by ringing the bell, etc.
I don't have the solution to the whole door issue, but at least, I
we should have a note in the inside stating to keep it closed at all
of course, with exceptions when events are taking place.
On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 8:23 AM, Torrie Fischer <
Thats a solution, though I've seen that sort
of thing defeated with
people just wedging the door open or something.
Not to say that doing that is a fruitless endeavor but it can't be
only thing done.
On Fri, 2016-01-22 at 03:24 -0800, Charley Sheets wrote:
While I agree that re-keying may be necessary,
distribution is prudent, I wonder if it might also be useful to
investigate different door hardware. It seems unintuitive to me
would always be necessary to re-lock the door after unlocking it.
I would imagine there must be door hardware that allows for only
momentary unlocking action, eliminating the need to re-lock the
Has anything like that been investigated? Is there some nuance of
that I'm just not understanding?
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