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BOTLab members' meeting 28th Jan 2020

7pm, Tuesday 28th Jan 2020 at the Hackspace

  • Directors' report
  • Incident review
  • Complaints review
  • Proposals review
  • Ongoing projects
  • Rearranging Hackspace debrief + thanks
  • BV Open Studios 2020 (10th Year Conservancy)
  • Christmas party debrief + thanks



Print Server:

RC Still need to interate new equipment in G10
RC set a date for this, sort of a mini rearrange
MG Updates to policies and guides to reflect new locations after the re-arrange, and to codify the “no storage in the workshop” rule.

It's the 10th BV Studio open doors event in Spring 2020.
Robert the building manager wants this to be an event to remember and bigger than the previous ones.
It was suggested to do a collaborative HS project but to leave planning until a bit closer to the event.
HS Has funds that can support activities and expenses for this event however the usual proposal system will apply.

Felix - We currently have basic shared hosting which we do not have admin access to and our current email setup is simply a forwarder to the personal email of the person responsible. Additionally we are totally reliant on a domain belonging to the UK Hackspace foundation, an organisation that isn't very active of late. We've been modernising the Hackspace web presence and in order to consolidate this and our email lists and membership database we would like to take on a VPS for the hackspace's web presence, and to have a domain which we control for email. Approval for ongoing cost of £15+VAT PCM for hosting to be used for email, website, and wiki hosting and upcoming access control master database. £16+VAT PA for domain to remove 100% reliance on Hackspace foundation. these fall outside of our standard proposals process due to being an ongoing cost. This is to be run in parallel to our current solution while it is developed, with a full cutover planned by the summer.

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