This is a list of things the different BornHack teams need. If you own something on the list and you would like to donate it to BornHack then please don't hesitate to contact the team in question. Partial donations are also welcome, so if a team needs 10 of something and you have 5 then we still want to hear from you. When we no longer need something it will be removed from this list.
|Small trash cans with lid||Sanitation Team||
for the bathrooms
|4||Saturday, Feb 15th, 2020, 09:44 (CET)|
|HAX Counter||Economy Team||
We would love to get our hands on a coin counter capable of counting HAX. It would save a lot of manual work for the economy team during events.
|1||Friday, Feb 14th, 2020, 11:47 (CET)|
|Wash tubs||Food Area Team||
for doing the dishes in
|2||Saturday, Feb 15th, 2020, 09:50 (CET)|
|Buckets||Food Area Team||
for cleaning the food area
|2||Saturday, Feb 15th, 2020, 09:51 (CET)|
|Bar chairs||Info Team||
for the infodesk
|2||Tuesday, Mar 3rd, 2020, 22:28 (CET)|
|Shuttle bus stop sign||Shuttle Bus Team||
This could either be an old vintage recycled bus stop sign, maybe restored, or a newly made one, ideally a bit artistic, maybe even with lights.
The functional side of it should be partly parking spot indication for the shuttle, partly information for those who want to use the shuttle, so maybe a feature that can protect an A4 sheet of paper against the weather with a way to change it easily.
The sign should be able to stand up by itself on uneven grass, and be sturdy enough to live outside and be used year after year.
|1||Sunday, Mar 29th, 2020, 15:14 (CEST)|
|Flightcases with 19" racks||NOC Team||
For use as part of the network infrastructure, the NOC team is looking for a bunch of flightcases that can fit switches and similar for the POPs (Point Of Presence) that we have distributed around the camp site.
They should have space for a minimum of 3 units, and the depth should be a minimum of 40cm (for the equipment to fit)
The flightcases do not need to be new, but should be sturdy enough to be outside for 2 weeks in danish weather, though we can cover them so they don't need to be waterproof.
|10||Monday, Mar 30th, 2020, 21:41 (CEST)|