[hackerspaces] Libraries make room for hackerspaces [npr article]

Eric Stein toba at des.truct.org
Sat Dec 17 20:59:08 CET 2011

Also recall that the lumber and paint used inside shipping containers
often contains toxic residue because a) all sorts of things get shipped
via container and b) the insecticides used in pressure treated lumber
can be more severe than ones used in residential buildings.

Don't die.


On 12/11/2011 06:41 AM, Yves Quemener wrote:
> On 12/10/2011 07:45 PM, B F wrote:
>> The trailer idea is also a good one.  If you can get a truck trailer
>> that can be moved over the road -- even if it can't be moved laden
>> with 10klbs, or whatever they normally hold -- then you're not
>> inextricably tied to one location.  In suburban to semi-rural areas,
>> it might be fairly easy to find a place to put such a trailer.
> In Grenoble we have been considering buying a container and renting an
> empty space to put it, making it mobile . Containers can be big and not
> that expensive. But we got feedbacks that they are unbearable in the
> summer or in winter. There are fully equipped ones that come with AC,
> floor and insulation but they are more expensive. The idea was put in
> the freezer when we could meet at a friendly non-profit regularly.
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