Request for assistance: Need a wiki page for buying and selling GTA01
duffyd at kokorice.org
Sat Feb 16 07:05:06 CET 2008
This is a little OT but I'm a python web developer and noticed the site
runs some python stuff so was wondering what language it is written in?
Thanks in advance,
On Fri, 2008-02-15 at 19:21 -0600, Bobby Martin wrote:
> I run a website (Frimp.net) that lets people post & search for things
> to sell. The branding is not exactly attractive for a technical
> audience, but it does let you specify your zipcode so people can find
> items for sale near one another.
> It is, of course, all free to use.
> So sellers could create an account on Frimp.net (I don't collect any
> personally identifying information, except your email address, which I
> need to forward purchase requests) and list their neo. I recommend
> putting the word neo1973 in the item title.
> Buyers can search for neo1973 and their zipcode to find sellers near
> The site is targeted at US sellers, but other sellers could enter a
> zipcode of 66666 to sign up.
> I know it's a kludge for non-US sellers, but it would at least let US
> sellers find each other, and it's certainly easier to use than a wiki
> page whether the seller is in the US or not.
> If someone wanted to put together the CSS and images, I could create a
> site running on frimp.net code that looks more neo-ish.
> Bobby aka wurp2
> Subject: Request for assistance: Need a wiki page for buying
> and selling GTA01
> Hi Community,
> I need your help.
> Having completely sold out of GTA01, we are still getting a
> large number
> of requests for them.
> On the other hand, many of you intend to purchase a GTA02 and
> feel you have no use for your GTA01.
> Some of you might have other reasons to sell your GTA01.
> I'd like a wiki page to allow these buyers and sellers to find
> each other.
> We have a wiki page for GTA01 owners who lived in 850 MHz-only
> areas to
> sell their units; perhaps this page can be repurposed for this
> Perhaps we call this the OpenMoko flea market.
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