Share-the-ride: A new way to look at reservations
mtang at stanford.edu
Tue Mar 3 16:25:03 PST 2009
Thanks Eric --
Yes, whatever works!! (I take it that everyone who needs to knows the
password to access this system?)
The Metal Quality Circle considered several different methods (such as a
dedicated Google calendar). It seemed simplest to use something that
already exists in Coral -- maybe not quite as elegant as desired, but
the Coral team is considering improvements.
Let us know how it goes!
Eric Perozziello wrote:
> A forum already exists:
> Would that be useful?
> On Tue, 3 Mar 2009, Mary Tang wrote:
>> Dear innotec user:
>> Reservations, reservations, reservations. We know they are difficult to
>> get and I'm afraid we don't have an easy solution.
>> However, it is clear that many people would like to deposit similar
>> films. So starting today, in order to encourage people to
>> "share-the-ride", we are asking innotec users to list the film(s) you
>> plan to deposit when you make your reservation.
>> To do this, make your reservation as usual -- but before you hit "OK",
>> make sure to enter information about your deposition on the "Process"
>> field (normally, this reads "default".) It can be as simple as "100 A
>> Cr/ 1000 A Au".
>> To check the films planned for existing reservations, just double-click
>> on the time slot on the Reservations tab on Coral. A pop-up window will
>> show who has made the reservation (and in the case of staff members, for
>> whom the reservation was made) as well as entries on the Process field.
>> The Coral team is looking at ways to make it easier to look at
>> Processes, but in the meantime, using the Reservations tab should be
>> When you see a reservation with a Process you are interested in, please
>> contact that person directly to make your arrangements.
>> No, this won't solve the reservations problem, it should be very handy
>> for some people who have similar film needs --
>> Nice gifts (courtesy of Maurice's amazing design skills) will be
>> provided to the first pair of documented ride-sharers.
>> Thanks for your attention --
>> Your Metals Quality Circle
>> Mary X. Tang, Ph.D.
>> Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
>> CIS Room 136, Mail Code 4070
>> Stanford, CA 94305
>> mtang at stanford.edu
Mary X. Tang, Ph.D.
Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
CIS Room 136, Mail Code 4070
Stanford, CA 94305
mtang at stanford.edu
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