glwhite at netconnect.com.au
Sun Jan 6 08:24:13 UTC 2002
Bruce, I would not have to pick up all the old box. Its just a matter of
finding a use for a quantity of them. And then writing some simple code for
them. The real value is in the functions they are coded to perform (the
software). And this would require a little research. Because first, we
would have to find manufacturers etc. who may be interested. Then the
specifications of the job to be done (analysis), and then the writing of a
prototype etc. By finding some smaller manufacturers, who's products
would be ultra-competative using Computerbanks software and old box. It may
be possible to find some small niche outlets. But the secret would be in a
really simple product, which does perfectly, what the manufacturer or
----- Original Message -----
From: Bruce McCubbery <brucemcc at melbpc.org.au>
To: <computerbank at lists.linux.org.au>
Sent: Saturday, January 05, 2002 8:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Computerbank] Fundraising?
> At 16:52 5/01/02 +1100, Julien Goodwin wrote:
> >Wasn't this the idea of the (failed) garage sale at CBV?
> I didn't know about this, does that mean Greg can pick over what's left
> when he comes down next Thursday?
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