[hackerspaces] efficient bench usage - what is the proper term for the "clean slide" option?
algoldor at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 18 04:59:45 CEST 2012
Actually I think that the "clear desk policy" as a term would be the most useful. The reason being it is very "clear" and easy to translate, also based on the local culture And I can use the "multipurpose" which Lee suggested to explain the people why the desk should be "clear". Good, happy!
However please mind that Koreans are nearly an opposite of Japanese in the terms of "cleanliness" and organization. Most of the places are really messy, something what I have never seen in Japan. So in a way I'm introducing something quite pretty alien to them :-)
Frantisek Algoldor Apfelbeck
biotechnologist&kvasir and hacker
"There is no way to peace, peace is the way." Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
From: Richard Frankum <richard.frankum+ths at gmail.com>
To: Frantisek Apfelbeck <algoldor at yahoo.com>; Hackerspaces General Discussion List <discuss at lists.hackerspaces.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: [hackerspaces] efficient bench usage - what is the proper term for the "clean slide" option?
When I worked in software there was a "clear desk policy" or "clean
desk policy", usually designed to keep confidentiality. The idea was
to make sure papers weren't stacked up but to keep your desk surface
clear of paperwork.
I'm not sure if that fits your concept, but it sounds like you already
have the solution with "clean up after yourself."
On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 11:56 AM, Frantisek Apfelbeck
<algoldor at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi to all,
> What is the name of concept when you try to have some place as ready as
> possible for as many activities as possible with minimal amount of changes
> which would have to be done in between these activities?
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