Terrain layout: ideas and constraints
ifcat at uberia.nl
Thu Jan 14 23:26:19 CET 2021
Are you all there this saturday?
Has anything been discussed off-list perhaps?
Hope to hear you all this saturday!
Op di 24 nov. 2020 om 21:32 schreef Ruud Koolen <redlizard at redlizard.nl>:
> Dear Team:Warehouse,
> It's high time we got going on getting a rough version of the MCH2021
> layout together.
> Despite the mantra of copy/paste/improve, the plan is not to use the
> from SHA2017 as an authoritative baseline. Many things have changed since
> four years ago, and many lessons were learned; so we are going to take a
> fresh look at the space we have and how to fill it, taking into account
> opportunities, new restrictions, and feedback about what worked well and
> did not.
> In that context, I'd like to hear what your team would like the terrain
> to look like. What big space-using things are you going to be organizing,
> that need a spot? And does your team have strong opinions about where
> things should go, or where other general-purpose things should go relative
> each other? Are there things that need to be close to other things, or far
> away from other things, or with access to particular infrastructure, for
> team to be able to do its job? And are there such constraints that are not
> strictly necessary, but which would be very convenient if it can be
> I have given my best estimates of the answers to the questions, listed
> but these are certain to be complete. If you could send me a mail with all
> the things I inevitably missed, I'd be much obliged. General feedback on
> you'd like to see changed, or what worked very nicely last time and what
> would like me to not touch, are also very welcome.
> If mail is not sufficient, and you'd like to talk it over in more detail
> and/or draw things on whiteboards, ping me on IRC and we'll set something
> Or join tomorrow's mumble meeting, and yell at me.
> On the topic of tomorrow's mumble meeting, I would be very happy with some
> ideas, wishlists, and inspiration about terrain layout from a broad
> So by all means, join the discussion tomorrow, and tell me all about what
> needs to move and what should stay right where it is, and why.
> >What big space-using things are you going to be organizing, that need a
> - Logistics warehouse
> >And does your team have strong opinions about where those things should
> or where other general-purpose things should go relative to each other?
> - Warehouse should be reasonably central, and close to volunteering hub
> - Warehouse should be reasonably accessible by road
> - Warehouse should have some outdoors space available to it
> Kind regards,
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