milk wrote:i didn't find out about the flat book until 6 months after being around the forest so i'd be more in favour of an on-the-wall setup so peeps can do the casual browsing thing (in other terms we'd push it out to the people that come in rather than waiting for them to pull it thus vastly reducing the information asymmetry), plus having a book would mean that that only one person could read it at a time and it would be hard for people to find late at night in the darkness when there's a bunch of people already sitting in between it and the potential reader.
Emi, Ida, and others who don't agree with me - please can you respect my opinion. The whole point of this is for people to READ THE MINUTES and they WONT'T READ THEM IF THEY'RE IN A BOOK because people won't know where they are.
This is, once again, putting off implimenting and Action Point when it has already be decided.
I made the effort to print these off and organise them a bit, all I asked was to find a space for them that would not intrude on the design of the Red Room. Seeing as no-one's giving me a solution in line with the Action Point, I'm going to just put them where I like when I come in next in a space I will mark off specifically for this purpose. some
Unless someone else can do it better first.
On the wall, not in a book, no discussion.