Re: [Consortium] Hardware loan policy

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Date: Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 1:27 pm

>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel James writes:

> 2. Loan the hardware for a fixed period of time, after which it
> gets sent on to the next person who needs it.

> I think the drawbacks to each option are fairly obvious. What
> do you lot think?

I prefer (2), provided that people on the receiving hand agree to pay
for the transport of the material. We could probably set up a section
of the website on which to keep track of the material and the
estimated time for the next-hop.

bye,

andrea

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