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Subject: Re: [uk-hack-camp] Re: Personal stuff from emfcamp.
From: Billy <bi...@billycomputersmith.com>
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Like i said, tgreer should have waited for Luke to reply.
If Luke doesn't want it, then it's some very good quality timber to be
used, not wasted.
If Luke does want it, then we should give it to him undamaged...
On Sep 26, 10:27=A0pm, Jim MacArthur <j...@mode7.co.uk> wrote:
> On 26 September 2012 22:14, Billy <bi...@billycomputersmith.com> wrote:
> > This was a project that was built by three people who were valued
> > member's of the space.
> Do we have unvalued members? Everyone gets a chance to use the space,
> and the trebuchet owners have had more than their share. Their other
> work in the space is greatly appreciated but doesn't give them extra
> Still, I'd rather not see the trebuchet destroyed. Billy, it would
> make me happy if you removed the trebuchet and stored it.