[CAM] Gold Key & Quartermaster Photos

Linda Skillings 1llinda-mom at sbcglobal.net
Thu Dec 17 20:01:36 CST 2009

love the idea- lets do it- at least for gold key. If anyone is around during the time between Christmas and New Years, I plan to get started then, and would love the company, help, models, etc. We could make a day of it, have pot luck, etc. 
Any suggestions?

From: Dahrien Cordell <dahrien at VIGIL1.com>
To: cam at minstrel.com
Sent: Thu, December 17, 2009 1:37:57 AM
Subject: [CAM] Gold Key & Quartermaster Photos

In the minutes from Curia, I saw that Gold Key is going to inventory the loaner clothing, and photograph it, so that people can see what is (and isn't) available.  I suggest (and offer to help implement) a web page showing the photos and list of clothing, and perhaps with a form set up to mail the Gold Key with requests for specific pieces of clothing.  This, or a similar plan, would also benefit the Gold Key and borrowers since such a form would always refer to each article in the same way and distinguish clearly between, for example, two gold dresses or three belts.  Descriptions would be stored with each picture (and maybe an ID number for each piece, just to make it really clear?), and the form would have a checkbox by each photo.  Check the pics of the garb you want to borrow, enter your name & contact info, and hit send.  Sound like a worthwhile thing?

The web page set-up would be pretty straight-forward; as long as the web space has enough storage space, it shouldn't be a technical problem.

And its' just struck me that a similar plan might be good for the Quartermaster stuff.  (So I added that to the Subject line, too.)  The one difference that comes to mind off-hand is the value of the stuff.  I doubt anyone is likely to break into Gold Key's house to steal some tunics & dresses.  Would posting a list and pics of the Quartermaster property be an encouragement to break into a storage unit for whatever stuff we have there?  If not, great.  If so, maybe we still post it on the web site, but with a password for access to those pages?  These are questions, not answers, food for thought & discussion.

-- Dahrien Cordell, idea man  =)

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