Plenum

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The Plenum is a regular meeting of all people involved with the space to talk about things, and decide stuff.

If you have stuff to add, go right ahead! Please sign your points with your name (by adding a "--~~~~" after your text).

Next Plenum: November 16nd, ~20:00

Topics for the next Plenum

Preamble

  • The Plenum is an institution to decide on what the space should look like, physically and in other ways.
  • All things concerning the space should be discussed at a plenum, if possible.
  • Everyone who's there can participate in that process, member or otherwise.
  • Everyone can head a plenum, no need for board members to do that.
  • Topics should ideally be announced on the Plenum wiki page beforehand
  • The Plenum should be held in a language that everyone participating understands.

What are you currently working on?

Tell everyone about your current projects.

Thank you

Let's say thank you to those who did some awesome stuff for the space since the last plenum

Stuff from the past

What was discussed at the last Plenum? What's the current status of those things? 20171102 Plenum

Anything you don't feel comfortable within the space? What would you like to change or to be changed?

Is there anything that's bothering you?

Ice Ice Baby

It's cold in our storage unit. Any ideas on what we should do about it? Let's make it happen --Tiefpunkt (talk) 20:35, 14 November 2017 (CET)

More old model train parts

I've got a coil of H0 model train track from my grandfather. It has a diameter of about 1m and is 1m tall. It's purpose is to have trains go from one height level to another. It could imagine a nice combination with the Kugelbahn. Sadly I don't really have time to put into this project. My father isn't happy with the coil clogging our garage and would drive it to the space. Would it be okay to have it sitting on top of a storage box? If anyone has spare time and is interested in building something cool with it, please do. --Paul

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