The end and side cubbies are already made for the bed. I still have to build the storage box to fill the rest of the empty space to complete the beds themselves. Then I'll start on the hutch. I have to modify the hutch a little bit in order to get the entire thing to fit into the room.
Even if there is a policy that the users are supposed to clean up files, unless there is also a policy that says that IT is tasked to enforce this through forced deletion, I would stay away from this completely. There is a huge different between "users are supposed to clean things up" and "IT has decided to start deleting things." Never take enforcement into your own hands.
I agree, same thing as if your reporting has told you a user is watching youtube all day, you report it up and have management deal with it. You don't go adjusting your content filter.
Moved the gaming rig to my office so the kids can play while I work.
Because you purposely want small children playing video games in the same room as you while you're trying to work? You've got that all backwards. It should be "I moved the gaming rig OUT of my office and to the bedroom, so the kids can play games while I work."
Never heard "Backpfeifengesicht". "Backpfeife" is an older word for "slap in the face". "Gesicht" can be directly translated to "face". Backpfeifengesicht is like saying "got a slap in the face in my face". Weird.
Oh, wait. Seems to be a 1999 song from "Die Ärzte" (the doctors), a German pop-punk band.
What comes way closer to the "d*ckhead'" mentioned in the video is "Arschgesicht" - literally "B*tthead".
Why birthday and community member's names are not good tags
Clearly with community member names or things like birthdays, the answer is no. No one will have a general interest or want to follow "all topics about birthdays." But they will want to follow "all topics about Windows 2016".
It's a tag for speakers and content creators. e.g. if someone is looking for content by "Jared Busch" in the context of conference speaker, book writer or so forth - not as community member. If that makes sense.