steve at radiorobots.com
Sun Feb 7 17:33:32 CST 2010
There is a US non-profit which runs a boarding school and skills
training center in Kenya.
They are looking for surplus PCs with 220 VAC OK supplies for use in
basic rework and software skills programs.
There may also a possibility for people to teach the basic skills required.
Have known one of the principals for >20 years. This is legit; no resale
or scrapping at destination.
If people have surplus machines to contribute, please inform off-list.
Fred Cisin wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Feb 2010, Tony Duell wrote:
>> OK, I actuially have a US dime somwhere. Please tell me where I can
>> exchange it for 12 PCs capable of running FPGA or CPLD development software.
> Well, admittedly there is an issue of shipping. The dime is just the
> purchase price.
> If you can come up with a way to ship them, we (those in the USA) would
> be glad to provide a metric buttload of PCs.
> If you come visit, we can load you down with more stuff than you can
> carry. I'll even throw in some photographic equipment that you would
> Grumpy Ol' Fred cisin at xenosoft.com
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