In-reply-to > Phew, our yearly big flea market this weekend is over. It was cancelled for obvious reasons in the last two years. We got donated a bit more material than usual I'd say. In the end the big multipurpose hall was packed like nothing. Every square centimeter on and below the tables was occupied with things. Residents donate all sorts of stuff they don't need anymore to our local scout group on Saturday and we go through it, sort it and sell it on Sunday to the general public. All profits go to our youth work.

And now the report has one photo where quite a lot of stuff is already sold.


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Phew, our yearly big flea market this weekend is over. It was cancelled for obvious reasons in the last two years. We got donated a bit more material than usual I’d say. In the end the big multipurpose hall was packed like nothing. Every square centimeter on and below the tables was occupied with things. Residents donate all sorts of stuff they don’t need anymore to our local scout group on Saturday and we go through it, sort it and sell it on Sunday to the general public. All profits go to our youth work.

Some photos on the course of Saturday. Like always, sorting and preparing the “Bikes and more” and “Garden” sections outside after closing on the pre-sorting area took way beyond dark and through the night. I forgot to take pictures yesterday.


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In-reply-to > Lecturer Argues Cryptocurrency Should 'Die in a Fire', Predicts Implosion Nicholas Weaver is a senior staff researcher at the International Computer Science Institute and lecturer in the computer science department at UC Berkeley. But he's also a raging cryptocurrency skeptic, arguing that cryptocurrency is useless and destructive, and should "die in a fire."

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net I agree 100% 😆 Cryptocurrencies should die in a fire! NFTs too!


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i dunno if it’s any use to share this kind of thing on mastodon the way you’re supposed to tag small creators on social media to help them out, but consider this an experiment


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In-reply-to > Spent the last few days debugging network issues at work.

@mutefall@twtxt.net IIRC, we gave Juniper a try a while back. 🤔 Something wasn’t right, but I don’t remember anymore what it was (probably the API not being available or not good enough?). 🫤 But this was 5 years ago or more, maybe it has changed …

I hope we can stay with MikroTik for a while. Changing switches is not that much fun. 😂


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