I was sad to see that there wasn't a photo of the POX situation after the fiber work was done on Thursday.
Also, I was out looking at something else, and noticed that the fibers aren't in a very good/safe place from the POX table over to your splitter. Getting to the POX table is certainly more tricky than the AP table, since the fiber splitter is right next to the AP table, but we should go back and try to make sure the fibers to the more distant tables are laid in a nice, safe way.
Is there a reason that we're not using the clear plastic tubing that Eric bought to put the fibers into? It seems like that would help a lot in keeping the fibers safe.
I took a few photos of the things that I'm sad about:
1. We should not be keeping fibers on the floor in an area where they can be stepped on. This will be fixed (I hope) as part of putting the extra coiled length over by the splitter.
2. Again, in an area where we semi-regularly walk, the fibers should not be a tripping hazard. Behind the table legs (rather than under the middle of the table) is safer, and will help tuck them out of the way.
3. It's not obvious when we're pumped down, but we remove the access connector (top right side of this photo), and need to walk in this area. I can pretty much guarantee that within 1 day of the next time we vent, these fibers will be stepped on, tripped over, and broken if they are not moved to a different location. I'm not yet sure what the best way to route these fibers is, but this is not it.
Riju, since Eric will be away next week, please let one of us "40m Regulars" know when you plan to come over (at least a few hours ahead of time), and we can give you a hand in protecting these fibers a little bit better. Thanks!