Anyone want to do some defragging on Saturday morning?  i'm going to bring my truck. 


On Feb 23, 2019, at 6:19 AM, Marc Juul <> wrote:

Yes! Great! You should send out a new email to the sudo discuss list
that isn't a reply to this thread and tell people that they need to
register in the sheet before March 13th if they are using a locker and
that otherwise anything in their locker will be thrown out.

Also it would be a good idea to put a note on the physical lockers
with the same info and a link to the sheet.

On 2/13/19, Jared Null <> wrote:
I Just took pictures of all the lockers and did a soft inventory:   Theres 8
lockers -locked, 17 lockers -unlocked with 11 empty and 6 with stuff in

Google Sheet:

I suggest we give people until the Ides of March (i.e., March 13th), then we
can clear them out and lock them.
I suggest we get rid of the ones on the wall (Shelves would be more useful
if we were to store stuff), but that would mean Thex (#23) would have to
move to the stairs.

Pictures Link Below:

Also, someone needs to manage this for locker assignments, i volunteer to do
this, unless someone else wants to..


On Jan 10, 2019, at 2:31 PM, robb <> wrote:

could make a public spreadsheet & say "fill it it or git it out by * date"
on the lockers & the list...if one doesn't already exist

On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 1:52 PM < <>>
Agree with inventorying lockers we have and taking pics of occupied
lockers, giving plenty of notice for people to recover possessions
themselves prior to cutting any locks etc.  is there a way to track a
locker bit in sudo humans or what is the best way to track? a little
better locker organization could save space and provide some much needed
revenue into sudo room's coffers.
On 2019-01-10 2:29 am, Jenny Ryan wrote:

bottom right locker by stairs across from harry potter closet (did anyone
start cleanup in there btw? im wary to do it alone as i think it's
infested) is in use, pm me for details

On Thu, Jan 10, 2019, 04:12 Jared Null <
<> wrote:
I'm not sure how many lockers we really needed, but i think a system
would be preferable. I also would like my own locker, even though i'm not
an official member, i have been donating and trying to help where i can.
There seems to be a lot of lockers with padlocks on them, maybe a system
should be put in place before we remove anything, and also a claim grace
period? i'm sure theres a few abandoned lockers with padlocks on them?


On Jan 9, 2019, at 4:25 PM, robb <
<>> wrote:

i think we could afford to get rid of some lockers but i dont think omni
needz more personal storage space...there's already a locker in the
entrance hall

On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 3:50 PM Adam <
<>> wrote:
I agree with hol, most of the lockers may be better placed elsewhere as
omni-lockers instead of sudo lockers. They just got buried under shit
and un-touched for a long time.

I am aware jake is a big fan of lockers, so perhaps we keep some but not
all. I have a large locker that can replace the trunks in the back and
should be sufficient for what purpose they currently have. It has many
small boxes and some tall ones too, it's metal and very durable.

It is in alameda and I would need help moving it but it is free.

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On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 2:46 PM Jake <
<>> wrote:
I have a locker.  It's pretty clearly marked and has my lock on it.

We should have a system for lockers where they're each labeled with info
whether they're available or in-use and how long they're "rented" for
whatever.  We need a laser beam scanner projector to shine vector
onto all the lockers so it's clear what's what.  And automatic emails to
owners to get their stuff or pay up.

I want to keep the wall behind the giant robot reserved for mounting 4x8
sheets of material for the robot to cut from.  It's capable of reaching
entire area and it would be like a great shop-bot.  It has a plasma
function and so it could cut from sheet metal too.. but that's just the
feet directly behind the robot, plus a little room on either side for


On Wed, 9 Jan 2019, <> wrote:

Super Stoked about all the progress!

One thing for group discussion is the lockers.  Anyone know the
of who has a locker that they actively use and whether these are free
generating revenue?  There was some discussion about moving these to
omni common areas to be managed by Omni for a little extra revenue
generation, presumably with certain blocks of lockers reserved for
use by member collectives. IMO the less personal enclosed storage
happens within sudo room the better, especially if it enables us to
extend the workbench all the way across the back wall.
On 2019-01-09 12:33 pm, Adam wrote:

Yeah I am super happy with the progress we made last night. Sudo is
on the fast track to being usable as a workspace again!

Glad to be back in the east bay, I forgot how much fun it is to work
with people who really care about making a difference :-)

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On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 9:49 AM Jenny Ryan <
<>> wrote:
:D y'all are awesome! tx Adam for the kick-in-the-butt and all who
threw down last night! i'm so stoked to hack in a freshly-decluttered
sudoroom in the new year!

another option for ewaste disposal is TDR recycling - 738 105th Ave.
Oakland, Ca. - open 8-4pm mon-fri - will literally unload any ewaste
in the truck into carts for free. don't need to itemize, and random
bits okay.

home sunday, happy new year SUDOERS!

On Wed, Jan 9, 2019, 15:36 robb <
<> wrote:
get ur facts straight, jake...robb installed adam's led panel n d
ntrance hall

On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 3:32 AM Jake <
<>> wrote: Tonight the impossible happened -
sudoroom got deep-cleaned on a tuesday night,
and tons of stuff was bagged up and removed from the space.  Lots of
helped.  Adam even brought a trailer on his car and hauled away a
bunch of huge
bags of garbage, and I took a bunch of stuff in my car to get rid

There are several large contractor bags full of general e-waste, but
it's too
randomized to be taken by our e-waste pickup service because it can't
itemized - just tons of wires and adaptors and circuitboards and

So Someone needs to take those bags of e-waste down to Universal
Waste or
another E-waste collector and drop them off, hopefully without any

Here is the link to Universal Waste, make sure they're open when you
Make sure to grab that glass CRT monitor on the floor near the coffee
and the glass CRT television on the shelves, and also the giant dead
in sudoroom!

Also, I fixed the dead light fixture over the southeast corner of
sudoroom and
it's nice and bright in there now.  And Adam installed a really fancy
light in
the main entrance hall.

Also, a funny thing happened - we piled up a bunch of electronics
transformers and stuff on the sidewalk outside Omni so i could load
it into my
car and take it to my neighborhood where a lot of scrappers live, i
was going
to give it to them...but apparently someone saw them and snapped them
up before
we could even load them into my car - which is great!  funny though.


On Wed, 9 Jan 2019, robb wrote:

& alot got fucked off
fuk ya!

On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 6:59 PM Yardena Cohen <
<>> wrote:

On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 2:30 PM Jenny Ryan <
<>> wrote:


Sudoroom has more than enough room for everything we need, if we
it wisely. And everything we don't need can fuck off.
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