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 the
only thing done.
On Fri, 2016-01-22 at 03:24 -0800, Charley Sheets wrote:
While I agree that re-keying may be necessary, and
distribution is prudent, I wonder if it might also be useful to
investigate different door hardware. It seems unintuitive to me that
would always be necessary to re-lock the door after unlocking it.
I would imagine there must be door hardware that allows for only a
momentary unlocking action, eliminating the need to re-lock the door.
Has anything like that been investigated? Is there some nuance of
that I'm just not understanding?
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