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Re: Market Idea

From: hellekin <hellekin@cepheide.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 16:13:24 +0100
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On 02/10/2012 07:31 PM, Melvin Carvalho wrote:
> Yes good idea, also you can have your own personal market, what
> you want and what you offer.  It can be as simple as 1 shared file
> with your items.  This is in addition to hubs.
> So I can surf to elf's profile and see, ... what does he need now?
> Or what's on his wishlist.  If I can help then I can send that item
> ...
*** Sounds like Amazon's wishlist. Is there an RDF model for something
like that? I would definitely use it :]

I need:
  - a ride to amsterdam
  - a crash in Berlin for the next couple of months
  - a new pair of pants :P

I offer:
  - free service to the community, not targeted to any single
individual or project
    - free 24/7 sysadmin on lorea machines and friends
    - free help for Debian lovers
    - free help for Free Software lovers
    - free massage
    - free cooking

Dammit, maybe I should charge... That's why people restrict themselves
to "clients" and "customers": they get income out of it. I'm learning
slowly. So maybe I could shorten my list:

- - I need a job that lets me advance free software and global
cooperation and pay for my travel expenses without requiring me to
pretend that I want to sell bullshit to anybody.


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