The entire university closed on the 23rd and reopened today (and
subsequently I'm back at work), so I'd say try to go in today if you
On Mon, 2010-01-04 at 10:36 -0500, Gary Johnson wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm back in town and ready to roll. My card didn't work before, and I
> don't suspect it's going to start now. If the building is reopening
> today though, I'd say we should just get there and get to it before
> the bad guys. Does anyone know if Tim will be around today in Votey
> to let us in?
> Andrew Guertin <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> > Bad news: I went in to Votey today and the north door was properly
> > closed. Today was the last day before they planned to start work. I
> > don't know how it'll be tomorrow with the snow, maybe we have another
> > day, but that won't help if we're still locked out.
> > Does anyone know if our cards will start working tomorrow? Gary, are
> > you still in Montreal? Is there any way we can get a bunch of people
> > together and get there early (especially you, Gary, since your card
> > has a greater chance of working).
> > Status right now:
> > intelgfxtest and freefood are running, along with one switch.
> > As far as I know, everything else is taken down. Most--but not
> > all--small items are boxed.
> > Large items--computers and boxes--are NOT separated into keeping
> > vs. throwing away. Nor are they all labeled.
> > --Andrew
> > P.S.: Gary, it looks like your LED clock is actually either in pieces
> > or not there (I'm not sure if the things there are its pieces or not).