I am soo sad you didn't hit me up about the old Cisco gear you sent away...I would have taken it all! Same goes for youJeroen, if you've got Cisco gear going to that pile, I will be glad to relieve you of it FREE OF CHARGE! And I will come pick it up as well. Cheers,
From: Chris Meidinger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, September 7, 2012 09:24 AM
To: 'Jeroen Massar'
Subject: Re: [swinog] Old functional hardware - where does it best go?
Hey Jeroen,when I cleaned out my lab, a similar list of items plus a ton of old Cisco stuff, I donated the whole lot to some guys who were putting together a hackerspace. Maybe there's something similar, a hackerspace or maker lab near you? ChrisOn Sep 7, 2012, at 9:18, Jeroen Massar wrote:> Hi,> > So, interrupting the summery silence on this list a bit, and it might> not be entirely swinog-appropriate... but... I was doing some sorting> out of various things and realized that I amassed too many old unused> computers and various components that are still in full functional> order, but not very useful to use due to their oldness, powerconsumption> and simply as they have been replaced with better ones.> > As such, I am asking if somebody knows what the best way is to get> effectively rid of various things like a full functioning> (network,video,audio) p100 (DEC multia), a p200 (small tower), a dual> p2-266 (tower), a dual p3-600 (qube case), nslu2's and then an assorted> list of other things like cd drives etc.> > What is the best way to go with this kind of stuff? Trash is an option,> but it is not like these things are small ;)> > Greets,> Jeroen> > > _______________________________________________> swinog mailing list> swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch> http://lists.swinog.ch/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/swinog_____________________… mailing email@example.com://lists.swinog.ch/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/swinog
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