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; Suggest requiring all loaned items to be labeled.
 
; Suggest requiring all loaned items to be labeled.
 
: Could be as little as just a name on a piece of masking tape but something to identify it as non-Hac property.  Loaned items tend to stick around a while and we forget that they're loaned..  until the day the owner wants them back and we discover the item(s) have been hacked or removed from the space.         --[[User:Gatohaus|Gatohaus]] ([[User talk:Gatohaus|talk]]) 07:57, 19 November 2013 (PST)
 
: Could be as little as just a name on a piece of masking tape but something to identify it as non-Hac property.  Loaned items tend to stick around a while and we forget that they're loaned..  until the day the owner wants them back and we discover the item(s) have been hacked or removed from the space.         --[[User:Gatohaus|Gatohaus]] ([[User talk:Gatohaus|talk]]) 07:57, 19 November 2013 (PST)
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:: Thank you. Please let me know if the changes made are sufficient. [[User:Mirage335|Mirage335]] ([[User talk:Mirage335|talk]]) 08:45, 25 November 2013 (PST)
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;Speedy Disposal
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Criteria that might enable speedy decision making:
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* Low value items (<$50 commercial value).
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* Not meeting any of the "Stays at HacDC Criteria.
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* Item and inside components accurately characterized.
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:As a 501(c)3 organization, we need to use a process (ie. the going out pile) which ensures individuals do not benefit at the organization's expense. A such, it is not yet clear whether we can authorize a less bureaucratic disposal process than the going out pile. '''This subject needs a legal expert.''' [[User:Mirage335|Mirage335]] ([[User talk:Mirage335|talk]]) 08:45, 25 November 2013 (PST)

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Suggest requiring all loaned items to be labeled.
Could be as little as just a name on a piece of masking tape but something to identify it as non-Hac property. Loaned items tend to stick around a while and we forget that they're loaned.. until the day the owner wants them back and we discover the item(s) have been hacked or removed from the space.     --Gatohaus (talk) 07:57, 19 November 2013 (PST)
Thank you. Please let me know if the changes made are sufficient. Mirage335 (talk) 08:45, 25 November 2013 (PST)


Speedy Disposal

Criteria that might enable speedy decision making:

  • Low value items (<$50 commercial value).
  • Not meeting any of the "Stays at HacDC Criteria.
  • Item and inside components accurately characterized.
As a 501(c)3 organization, we need to use a process (ie. the going out pile) which ensures individuals do not benefit at the organization's expense. A such, it is not yet clear whether we can authorize a less bureaucratic disposal process than the going out pile. This subject needs a legal expert. Mirage335 (talk) 08:45, 25 November 2013 (PST)