Category:Multipurpose Room

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Revision as of 17:47, 18 March 2016

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General Info
Shop Colors
Shop Rules
Managed By Chris Templeman
HoursSame as membership hours
Operational Status of Tools
Tool Maintenence Tickets


Contents

What's in the room?

Lots of different things hang out in the classroom. Here's a short list; most of them will be covered in more detail below.

Kitchenette

  • Tea, coffee and related beverages and accessories are member-stocked in MPR1.
  • Anything you leave out in the kitchen area will be considered common, including your dishes.
  • Treat this space like a shared kitchen with lots of roommates: it is expected that you clean your dishes immediately.
  • In general, eating should be confined to the small square tables near the kitchenette.

Cleanup

You are responsible for washing any dishes you use. We do not have a maid service. You may leave them in the drying rack, preferably after first emptying the rack of already-dry dishes so it doesn't simply fill up. Please do not leave messes on any table when you're done.

Fridge Etiquette

We have two refrigerators in the Multipurpose Room 1. It is up to you to put your name and the date on your food (including frozen food).

  • Unlabeled, super old or stinky food will be thrown away without abandon or possibly turned into artwork.
  • If it’s unlabeled and looks delicious it might be considered fair game.

Trash and Recycling

  • With over 500 members, 150 spaces, and 168 hours a week we generate a lot of waste. In order for the system to work, all members need to be involved!
  • The waste disposal page has detailed information
  • Trash Map

Janitorial Closet

  • Need soap, paper goods, trash liners, cleaning supplies, a mop?
  • Pro-tip: Try Inmates friend - mix of Borax, sawdust and water. Already mixed in a bin - great for sweeping up the concrete floors! Really shines them up. Please re-fill when empty.

Sinks

There are two sinks in the room:

There is also one sink very nearby:

Kitchenette sink

This is the sink on the counter, and is the place you should be washing dishes, your hands, etc.

Do not pour hazardous materials down the sink! Use either the slopsink, which is located in the closet.

Slopsink

This "sink" is located in the closet, and consists of a faucet at chest-height and drain in the floor. This is an excellent place to dispose of materials that are not safe near food areas. Note that such materials must still be ones that are both safe and legal to pour down a drain! Anything corrosive, hazmat, etc must be handled appropriately.

Projector

You can hook the projector to one of the classroom machines, or to your own laptop. If you're planning to use your own machine, please drop by well before your presentation and ensure that your laptop and the projector will get along. In particular, many Mac laptops require special converters, and you can't just assume that we'll have the right one, or that it hasn't wandered off. Please bring your own, and please test in advance. Nothing kills a presentation faster than watching someone struggle with a projector.

Electrical circuits

The back and side walls of the classroom side of the room have a string of quad-box outlets on them. Every pair of quads is a separate circuit. (In other words, there are 8 outlets per circuit.)

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