[hackspacebristol] Hackspace access
adamairmailed at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 14 09:32:26 UTC 2013
we've already got an rfid lock at the other end of the building, a £25 deposit secures your key
All the best
From: Kelvin Mead <kelvinmead at gmail.com>
To: Bristol UK Hackspace <hackspacebristol at lists.aktivix.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 13 February 2013, 21:41
Subject: Re: [hackspacebristol] Hackspace access
rfid and thumprint access locks on ebay, £150 - £250
im sure the building manager will have an issue if you do it yourself though...
On 13 February 2013 16:58, Doug Smith <bigdougsmith at googlemail.com> wrote:
Just electrify the door handle. Evolution in action.
>On 13 February 2013 13:10, Arthur Amarra <aonsquared at gmail.com> wrote:
>That probably brings us back to whether we can get a lock that automatically locks when the door is closed.
>>I probably would've spent several of the past few evenings in the hackspace (and possibly the weekend) if only I had access to it. We can't say that our current space is underused unless we get access sorted out...
>>On 13 Feb 2013 12:20, "Barney Livingston" <barney at barnoid.org.uk> wrote:
>>On Wednesday 13 Feb 2013 11:56:56 Alaric Snell-Pym wrote:
>>>> On 02/13/2013 11:18 AM, Arthur Amarra wrote:
>>>> > I'm sure we can find more secure methods of communicating a lock
>>>> > combination than this mailing list so I won't be so quick to dismiss the
>>>> > option of a combination lock.
>>>> Give paid-up users a login (this will be useful for all sorts of other
>>>> things in future, too, I'm sure) to a Web page that displays that week's
>>>> combination. Part of the Thursday meetup is then the ritual of changing
>>>> the combination.
>>>Probably the ideal situation to be in regarding keys:
>>>(I have a Noisebridge key. I recommend watching the rest of the talk for some
>>>A combination lock could work too. We will also need a doorbell. We can
>>>probably work out hacking together a doorbell between us.
>>>This all becomes less of an issue when our membership gets big enough that
>>>there's usually someone in the space.
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