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Lost and Found and the Graveyard are located in the northwest corner of the shop. The Graveyard is marked with chalk on the floor. Lost and Found are two signed shelves on the edge of the Graveyard. The purpose of this area is to:
 
 
* provide the obvious functions of a lost and found
 
* provide a location people can place things they would like to give away for scrap, salvage, or reuse.
 
 
  
 
== Graveyard ==
 
== Graveyard ==
  
Items may be placed in the graveyard by their owners, if there is room. Do not place things you do not own in the graveyard, no matter how offended you are by them.
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The [[Graveyard]] is located between the shop entrance and the large bay door. The purpose of the Graveyard is to provide a warehouse of items available to salvage by members. 
 
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Dispose of oldest/most useless items when over full.
Anyone may remove anything from the graveyard at any time. Take something to use it in your project, or take something to a recycler to make room for more interesting stuff.
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== Lost and Found ==
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* '''Do not bring items to i3Detroit specifically for the graveyard'''.  Use the [[Virtual Graveyard]] on this here wiki if you want to post items for other members to take off your hands.
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* Items may be placed in the graveyard by their owners, if the item was already stored at i3 in plots or with Parking Permit.
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* Items in the graveyard must be dated so that old items can be cleaned out periodically.
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* Items must fit on the shelves. If it doesn't fit, you can make room by disposing of other items.
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* Keep the Graveyard full.  If space is needed for new items, any member may dispose of older items.
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* Do not place things you do not own directly into the Graveyard, no matter how offended you are by them.
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* Any member may take possession of anything from the graveyard at any time. Member must then handle it as private property, including proper storage and permits, if needed.
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* If an item is known to work or be broken, label as such
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* Items in Special Handling areas of the Graveyard should be disposed of by the approved Special Handling. Items in the general area of the Graveyard will be disposed of by Dumpster.  Special Handling areas of the Graveyard are clearly marked.
  
Here is the place to put anything you find that isn't labeled and is left out of place. If the owner is known, consider placing it in that member's storage instead. Also consider posting notice of lost or found items to the mailing list.
 
  
Items must remain in lost and found for a minimum of one month, at which point they can be moved into the graveyard. There are two shelves to facilitate this. One is labeled "even months" and the other "odd months". If you find something in say, January, place it on the "odd months" shelf. Around the start of each month (like the first meeting) the older of the two shelves is cleared for new items while the other sits for a month with nothing being added to ripen.
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Latest revision as of 13:38, 10 June 2013

Graveyard

The Graveyard is located between the shop entrance and the large bay door. The purpose of the Graveyard is to provide a warehouse of items available to salvage by members. Dispose of oldest/most useless items when over full.

  • Do not bring items to i3Detroit specifically for the graveyard. Use the Virtual Graveyard on this here wiki if you want to post items for other members to take off your hands.
  • Items may be placed in the graveyard by their owners, if the item was already stored at i3 in plots or with Parking Permit.
  • Items in the graveyard must be dated so that old items can be cleaned out periodically.
  • Items must fit on the shelves. If it doesn't fit, you can make room by disposing of other items.
  • Keep the Graveyard full. If space is needed for new items, any member may dispose of older items.
  • Do not place things you do not own directly into the Graveyard, no matter how offended you are by them.
  • Any member may take possession of anything from the graveyard at any time. Member must then handle it as private property, including proper storage and permits, if needed.
  • If an item is known to work or be broken, label as such
  • Items in Special Handling areas of the Graveyard should be disposed of by the approved Special Handling. Items in the general area of the Graveyard will be disposed of by Dumpster. Special Handling areas of the Graveyard are clearly marked.