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Chores

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Repetitive

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Try to keep the surfaces clean and clean up accidents. We've been warned about mice. Leaving any food around will attract them and create problems. Think chewed cables and mouse shit everywhere.

Dishes

There are to be no dishes left dirty/used. See above for the reason.

Vacuuming

Basically once a week should suffice just a quick run around the main room.

Once a month the higher surfaces should be vacuumed with a brush attachment. (window sills, desks and such)

  • This should keep things nicer for people who are sensitive to dust and dog hair.
  • Equipment itself will have to be cleaned less often

Tidy up work spaces

Before you leave, make sure the next person to use the place has all the room he or she needs. Don't occupy desk space after you leave, don't leave parts laying about. As a rule of thumb, try to leave the space behind in a tidier state than you found it.

Garbage Bins

WE HAVE A PROBLEM HERE. GARBAGE IS NOT BEING COLLECTED CURRENTLY

These need to be emptied when full, and are not to contain any food/edibles/liquids.

Paper / Carton / Cardboard Waste

There is currently no paper waste collection.

Plastic Waste

There is currently no plastic waste collection.

Metal Waste

There is currently no metal waste collection.

Empty Bottles

Tbd.

Non-Repetitive

Reorder space

If you see some place where storage is changed to chaos, try to clear it out with these simple steps;

  1. Clear out a storage place
  2. Sort out the chaos, find the biggest common denominator
  3. Move this to the cleared out place
  4. DOCUMENT both what has moved and what stays behind!!! Post it on the wiki (for example here and/or here)

Document something

If you find something lacking documentation, fix that. Create a page, take a picture, describe what you know and what you can find out yourself. Let others know about your efforts so they can chime in.

 
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