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Jan:
I would like to request a couple of sub-forums.

A gear for sale forum and a free-cycle forum.

Regarding the free-cycle forum I know that I and several other folks around here have older computer parts and cabling that I would happily kick down to someone for the cost of shipping (I have a volume discounted commercial UPS account at work).

It could be both "wanted" and "have to offer".

I imagine it could be inclusive of just about anything not prohibitive to ship.

Whadda ya think?

SBM:

--- Quote from: Jan on October 09, 2009, 11:35:44 AM ---I would like to request a couple of sub-forums.

A gear for sale forum and a free-cycle forum.

Regarding the free-cycle forum I know that I and several other folks around here have older computer parts and cabling that I would happily kick down to someone for the cost of shipping (I have a volume discounted commercial UPS account at work).

It could be both "wanted" and "have to offer".

I imagine it could be inclusive of just about anything not prohibitive to ship.

Whadda ya think?

--- End quote ---

I've got tons of stuff, too. 

pilfa:

--- Quote from: SBM on October 09, 2009, 12:04:29 PM ---
--- Quote from: Jan on October 09, 2009, 11:35:44 AM ---I would like to request a couple of sub-forums.

A gear for sale forum and a free-cycle forum.

Regarding the free-cycle forum I know that I and several other folks around here have older computer parts and cabling that I would happily kick down to someone for the cost of shipping (I have a volume discounted commercial UPS account at work).

It could be both "wanted" and "have to offer".

I imagine it could be inclusive of just about anything not prohibitive to ship.

Whadda ya think?

--- End quote ---

I've got tons of stuff, too. 

--- End quote ---

Like what .i can only afford 2nd hand :)

Jan:

--- Quote from: pilfa on October 09, 2009, 01:26:59 PM ---
Like what .i can only afford 2nd hand :)

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I've got boxes of crap. I haven't looked through in years.  ???

Some things that come to mind are a few 100 Mb network cards, older, smaller HDs, fans, all manner of IDE, SCSI, cat 5 cabling, modems, older ram, MBs, PIII class processors, etc.

I can't imagine anyone's going to build their next DAW with any of it. I imagine the demographic being more the people who wanna build their toddlers a computer they can shove peanut butter in or enthusiasts who wanna build their own linux firewall or home automation controller.


I've got a few 20' XLR and 1/4" instrument cables I'd like to see not end up in a landfill. I may see if I can throw in a crockpot to sweeten the deal.  ;D

It wouldn't make much sense to spend $20 shipping a $15 cable to the UK, but you get the picture.

CrayZee_One:
Great idea!
Recyling stuff for use by others is brilliant.
Mmmmmm... crockpot....
I am in Australia though so they would have to be bloody good XLRs lol.
I have lotsa stuff here too, we need to have a garage sale here badly....
Ill have a nose through the stuff.....

Cheers,
Mark.

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