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I have accumulated lots of small IT gadgets and accessories over time that I am giving away (for free) - but only for good causes. What stipulates a good cause? I'll decide...come by village [[Plan A]]" and convince me.
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I have accumulated lots of small IT gadgets and accessories over time that I am giving away (for free) - but only for good causes. What stipulates a good cause? I'll decide...come by village [[Village:Plan A]] and convince me.
  
 
What are the things I'll have for give-away? Some examples:
 
What are the things I'll have for give-away? Some examples:

Revision as of 15:37, 14 July 2017

Description I have accumulated lots of small IT gadgets and accessories over time that I am giving away (for free) - but only for good causes.
Website(s)
Type Other
Kids session No
Keyword(s) hardware
Tags free stuff, gadgets
Person organizing User:Juergen
Language de - German, en - English
de - German, en - English
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I have accumulated lots of small IT gadgets and accessories over time that I am giving away (for free) - but only for good causes. What stipulates a good cause? I'll decide...come by village Village:Plan A and convince me.

What are the things I'll have for give-away? Some examples: - Adapters and cables (lots of, USB, network, VGA, ...) - Power-adapters (mostly USB, from various products...I might have the matching product also) - A couple years old tablets, smartphones, ... - LAN over powerlines thingies - IT books (german/english, mostly low-level like C,C++,Linux kernel, etc) - Miscellanious gadgets like Android based boombox, bluetooth speakers, ... There's certainly lots more - I just don't have an overview as of yet.

Some examples of what I consider to be good causes: - For equipping refugee camps/sites - For teaching kids/eldery/... about computers - For personal/university research (if you're on a tight budget and could use)