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==Top Priorities==
  
* ergonomic chairs
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Most of all, we need [[Gittip|more money]]! We also desperately need:
* more comfy chairs
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* wall decor
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Big things:
* useful books
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* soldering things?
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* Tools of all kinds
* sponges for the sink
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* A laser cutter
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* A nice projector. 4000 lumens or more would be nice. Resolution less important.
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* High quality wifi access points like the Ubiquiti Unifi AP-PRO
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* Very tall ladder or scissor lift or similar.
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* A decent oscilloscope
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* A lab power supply
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* An industrial sewing machine or serger
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* A 16 extension PBX for POTS
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Smaller things:
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* Tools of all kinds
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* Organizational systems/containers that fit on our shelves or walls
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** Come to the space and figure out what would be good
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** Anything from tiny spaces for electronics components to large drawers
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* A roll of CAT-6A ethernet cable
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* Duct tape and wide blue painter's tape
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* Long power strips / extension cables (3-prong only)
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* Better lighting! The current lighting is functional but depressing.
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==Medium Priorities==
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===Infrastructure===
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* large rice cooker
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* shop vac (another one, seriously, for the CNC!)
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===Everyday Stuff===
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* trash bags
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* paper towels
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* toilet paper
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* sponges
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* dish soap & detergent
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* whiteboard markers & erasers
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===Tech Stuff===
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* working laptops, desktops, macs, pcs, etc
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* non-bulky raw materials (actual wood, aluminium, steel, wiring)
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* electronics 'kits': altoids tins, heat sinks, relays, perf boards, infrared LEDs, ATiny chips, etc; for TV-B-Gones, Custom remote controls, Minty Boosts etc;
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* 3 Raspberry Pis w/ HD cameras for the Milliscope, the macroscope and the microsope
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* RGB LEDs (especially strips)
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* arduinos [old or new, all good!]
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* soldering irons (consider bringing one to donate for a workshop such as [http://workshopweekend.net/ Workshop Weekend] or [[Today I Learned]].
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* laser cutter
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* RAM for Mac Mini (c. 2005) 333 MHz PC2700 DDR SDRAM  Non-ECC Unbuffered
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* things that work, have useful parts or can be easily fixed
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==Low Priorities==
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Not urgent, but still accepted
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* hose adapter for generic sink faucet
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* relevant books
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==Not wanted==
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* Most bulky raw materials (case by case basis)
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* Printers & scanners - they are bulky, we have enough
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* Broken, useless things
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If you're not sure, you can contact [[User:Matt|Matt]]!
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==See also==
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===Places to buy things===
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* [http://businessservices.berkeley.edu/overstock/campus UC Berkeley Overstock / Surplus Store]
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** 3200 Regatta Blvd., Suite E, Richmond, CA  94804
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* [http://urbanore.com/ Urban Ore (Eco Park)]
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** 900 Murray Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
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* [http://www.unwaste.com/ Unwaste store (of Universal Waste Management)]
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** 721 37th Ave, Oakland, CA 94602
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===Free things===
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* [[free stuff]] offered to sudofolk
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*Hint: Check out the Berkeley flatlands and residential areas around the university for great freepiles (particularly during student move-out times.) ;]
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===E-waste===
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There are plenty of California e-waste facilities nearby.

Latest revision as of 05:34, 10 August 2014

Top Priorities

Most of all, we need more money! We also desperately need:

Big things:

  • Tools of all kinds
  • A laser cutter
  • A nice projector. 4000 lumens or more would be nice. Resolution less important.
  • High quality wifi access points like the Ubiquiti Unifi AP-PRO
  • Very tall ladder or scissor lift or similar.
  • A decent oscilloscope
  • A lab power supply
  • An industrial sewing machine or serger
  • A 16 extension PBX for POTS

Smaller things:

  • Tools of all kinds
  • Organizational systems/containers that fit on our shelves or walls
    • Come to the space and figure out what would be good
    • Anything from tiny spaces for electronics components to large drawers
  • A roll of CAT-6A ethernet cable
  • Duct tape and wide blue painter's tape
  • Long power strips / extension cables (3-prong only)
  • Better lighting! The current lighting is functional but depressing.

Medium Priorities

Infrastructure

  • large rice cooker
  • shop vac (another one, seriously, for the CNC!)

Everyday Stuff

  • trash bags
  • paper towels
  • toilet paper
  • sponges
  • dish soap & detergent
  • whiteboard markers & erasers

Tech Stuff

  • working laptops, desktops, macs, pcs, etc
  • non-bulky raw materials (actual wood, aluminium, steel, wiring)
  • electronics 'kits': altoids tins, heat sinks, relays, perf boards, infrared LEDs, ATiny chips, etc; for TV-B-Gones, Custom remote controls, Minty Boosts etc;
  • 3 Raspberry Pis w/ HD cameras for the Milliscope, the macroscope and the microsope
  • RGB LEDs (especially strips)
  • arduinos [old or new, all good!]
  • soldering irons (consider bringing one to donate for a workshop such as Workshop Weekend or Today I Learned.
  • laser cutter
  • RAM for Mac Mini (c. 2005) 333 MHz PC2700 DDR SDRAM Non-ECC Unbuffered
  • things that work, have useful parts or can be easily fixed

Low Priorities

Not urgent, but still accepted

  • hose adapter for generic sink faucet
  • relevant books

Not wanted

  • Most bulky raw materials (case by case basis)
  • Printers & scanners - they are bulky, we have enough
  • Broken, useless things

If you're not sure, you can contact Matt!

See also

Places to buy things

Free things

  • free stuff offered to sudofolk
  • Hint: Check out the Berkeley flatlands and residential areas around the university for great freepiles (particularly during student move-out times.) ;]

E-waste

There are plenty of California e-waste facilities nearby.