Difference between revisions of "Keyholders"

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(Current keyholders: The Key, The Secret)
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Please note that the brass deadbolt keys are no longer needed (and should not be used) to lock or unlock the space. Locking is now handled automatically, and unlocking is by the CISA tumbler keys if RFID access isn't working.
 
Please note that the brass deadbolt keys are no longer needed (and should not be used) to lock or unlock the space. Locking is now handled automatically, and unlocking is by the CISA tumbler keys if RFID access isn't working.
  
* [[User:Solexious|Charles Yarnold]]
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* [[User:Solexious|Charles Yarnold]] x 2
 
* [[User:Jonty|Jonty Wareing]]
 
* [[User:Jonty|Jonty Wareing]]
 
* [[User:b3cft|Bob Brockhurst]]
 
* [[User:b3cft|Bob Brockhurst]]
* [[User:eb4890|Will Pearson]]
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* [[User:Russ|Russ Garrett]]
 
* [[User:Russ|Russ Garrett]]
 
* [[User:ms7821|Mark Quincy]]
 
* [[User:ms7821|Mark Quincy]]

Revision as of 21:29, 9 March 2012

The keys to the space are passed around amongst the regular members who live close to the space, in case of emergency. Normally access is via RFID cards.

Current keyholders

Please note that the brass deadbolt keys are no longer needed (and should not be used) to lock or unlock the space. Locking is now handled automatically, and unlocking is by the CISA tumbler keys if RFID access isn't working.

Contacting a keyholder

Please use IRC to request a phone number if it's not linked above.

Handing over keys

If you pass on a key to another member, it is your responsibility to update this page.

Letting this page get out of date is punishable by paying for one round in the pub.

See also