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== Changed "property" to "junk" ==
 
== Changed "property" to "junk" ==
  

Revision as of 01:55, 24 November 2010



UNDER COSTRUCTION, PLEASE SEE THIS POST IN RESERVE COPY


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Changed "property" to "junk"

One of the primary purposes of a hacker space is to hold nifty stuff that the members can't store at their residences or simply wish to make available to other members. I see no reason why cool stuff that "remains without purpose or plan" should be purged after a month simply because nobody's claimed it yet.

Perhaps another way of expressing this idea is that some stuff is so potentially useful that, by default, it "has purpose" unless someone complains that it's wasting space. There definitely is a class of stuff that should go unless someone wants it, but I don't think all "property" should be so condemned without due cause. Myself 02:07, 16 June 2008 (UTC)