Keyholders

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How to get a key

Core volunteers that need an external key can ask to be granted a key by the staff collective by sending a message to staff@freegeek.org and indicating what they need the key for. The collective will discuss the matter at the next possible staff meeting. Paid interns are granted keys as needed subject to review by the staff collective. If a keyholder loses a key, they must reapply to the staff collective.

For further information on who gets keys and how check out the After Hours Access Policy.

Notes

All members of the staff collective have keys to both the external (E) and internal (I) doors in the building. Additionally, paid interns and core volunteers also have these keys as needed.


Some people who used to be keyholders no longer need them. Also, we were unable to adequately review all the previous keyholders. Anyone not on the list who wants a key should send a message requesting one to staff the (see above).

Lists of keyholders

E keys

(NOTE: "E" indicates an external key.) italic names = allotted but not handed out

  • (#1E) Mary Kate
  • (#2E) Darryl Kan
  • (#3E) Kathie Hitchcock
  • (#4E) Tim Webster
  • (#5E) Liane Kocka
  • (#6E) Dave Haskins
  • (#7E) Richard Seymour
  • (#8E) Michael Westwind
  • (#9E) Laurel Hoyt
  • (#10E) Sergio Garcia
  • (#11E) Tony Chiotti
  • (#12E) in safe
  • (#13E) in safe
  • (#14E) Jeff Robinson
  • (#15E) Vagrant Cascadian
  • (#16E) Ian Young
  • (#17E) Cliff Fortune
  • (#18E) Kevin Berg
  • (#19E) Michael Schwern (perl mongers)
  • (#20E) Matt Bell
  • (#21E) Laurel Bates
  • (#22E) Santiago Carmona
  • (#23E) Clout Tolstoy
  • (#24E) Sam Nelson
  • (#25E) John Jordan/Keith Lofstrom (linux clinic)
  • (#26E) George Clay
  • (#27E) Jason Sires
  • (#28E) Dan Johnson (groups)
  • (#29E) Ali Briggs
  • (#30E) Matthew Harris
  • (#31E) Elizabeth Swager
  • (#32E) Dirk Morgan
  • (#33E) Ken Miller
  • (#34E) in safe
  • (#35E) Jim Conley (landlord rep)
  • (#36E) Debra Hubbard
  • (#37E) in safe
  • (#38E) Evan Pilz
  • (#39E) in safe
  • (#40E) Luiz Sudbrack
  • (#41E) Jake Taasevigen
  • (#42E) Seamus Campbell
  • (#43E) in safe
  • (#44E) in safe
  • (#45E) Sophia Luchini-Dexter

I keys

(NOTE: "I" indicates an internal key.)

  • (#01I) Mary Kate
  • (#02I) Darryl Kan
  • (#03I) Kathie
  • (#04I) Ali Briggs
  • (#05I) Liane
  • (#06I) Dave
  • (#07I) Richard
  • (#08I) Michael
  • (#09I) Laurel Bates
  • (#10I) Sergio
  • (#11I) Luiz Sudbrack
  • (#12I) Sophia
  • (#13I) Tony Chiotti
  • (#14I) Jeff Robinson
  • (#15I) Vagrant Cascadian
  • (#16I) Ian Young
  • (#17I) Sam Nelson
  • (#18I) Kevin Berg
  • (#19I) Francisco Marquez
  • (#20I) Matt Bell
  • (#21I) Elizabeth Swager
  • (#22I) Cliff Fortune
  • (#23I) in safe
  • (#24I) Jake Taasevigen
  • (#25I) George Clay

Blackhole keyholders

The black hole has two locks. Both can be opened with an I key, the bottom can be opened with this key as well. This is for core laptop volunteers to be able to lock the room while they go to the bathroom and whatnot. Both locks should be kept locked when no-one is working in there. (The black hole keys are marked with an X.)

  • John Warzynski
  • Steve Motis
  • Bill Shepherd

T.A.R.D.I.S. keyholders

This is the T key. Keys are issued at the discretion of staff (mostly Dave and Martin) to allow access for build instructors to enter the T.A.R.D.I.S. during their build shift. Dave has the keys.

  • (T#1) Kermit Jensen
  • (T#2) Robyn Talvey
  • (T#3) Jim Fitterman
  • (T#4) Doug Neubauer
  • (T#5) Dennis Jones
  • (T#6) Blaine Deatherage-Newsom
  • (T#7) Michael Kaufman
  • (T#8) Michael Limb
  • (T#9) in safe
  • (T#10) Kurt Krueger
  • (T#11) Debra Hubbard
  • (T#12) Ryan Niebur
  • (T#13) Jason S
  • (T#14) in safe
  • (T#15) M. John Hornik
  • (T#16) John Franko
  • (T#17) Frank Rose
  • (T#18) Charlie MacCarthy
  • (T#19) In Safe
  • (T#20) Charles Bishop
  • (T#21) In Safe

Staff filing cabinet keyholders

(The staff filing cabinet is in the monkey house. At least some of these keys have no number on them.)

  • (#(null)) in safe
  • (#1) (brass) Liane
  • (#1) (made in Taiwan) Richard
  • (#2) in safe
  • (#3) Martin
  • (#4) Matteo
  • (#5) Rick
  • (#6) Ali
  • (#7) in safe
  • (#8) Dave
  • (#9) Steve
  • (#10) Michael
  • (#13) Nathan
  • ( ?) Kathie
  • ( ?) Laurel

Staff Safe

(the safe is where we keep things safe)

  • (#1S) Darryl
  • (#2S) Liane
  • (#3S) Richard
  • (#4S) Laurel 2.0
  • (#5S) Luiz
  • (#6S) Dave
  • (#7S) Matt Bell
  • (#8S) Michael
  • (#9S) Tony
  • (#10S) MK
  • (#11S) Serge
  • (#12S) in safe
  • (#13S) Ali
  • (#14S) in safe
  • (#15S) in safe
  • (#16S) in safe

Truck Keys

The GMC box Truck has "Sets of Keys". There are 3 keys in each set. One for driving and doors, one for lock, and one for the gastank.

  • Master copy unnumberd dont give out
  • (1) Jeff R. <-- ?
  • (2) Sergio G.
  • (3) Kevin B.
  • (4) Liane K.
  • (5) Dave H.

C Keys

(the "C" key is for the secure Supply Cabinet outside monkeyhouse)

  • (#C1) Mary Kate
  • (#C2) all twisted up in safe
  • (#C3) Ali
  • (#C4) in safe
  • (#C5) Darryl
  • (#C6) Ian
  • (#C7) Matteo
  • (#C8) Store - Luiz
  • (#C9) Michael
  • (#C10) Liane
  • (#C11) Richard
  • (#C12) Tim Webster
  • (#C13) Recycling - Cliff
  • (#C14) Kathie
  • (#C15) Tony

Re-keying the locks

  • If you're re-keying the locks, check this page to estimate how many new keys will be needed. Remember to take into account non Free Geekers with keys (artists subletting from us, etc.)
  • It is customary for the staff collective to reevaluate who still needs keys. This will affect the number of keys needed.
  • Other key requests will undoubtedly be made, so having a few extra keys made is good. (They should be kept in the safe.)
  • The keys should be numbered so they can be kept track of. The locksmith can do this. Our current locksmith (Atlasta Lock and Key) does this for no charge.
  • Before the locks are re-keyed it is very important that all keyholders be notified so that folks who need access are not locked out. This is especially important for keyholders who are not on staff, as they are most likely to be forgotten.

Be sure to review the List of locks.