1. I'm hoping you guys can help me find a way to use my skills and interests to do something meaningful. I've got some ideas, like using disruptive tech for good, getting intentional communities into amateur radio, and setting up non-commercial telecoms. But these are just ideas, not set in stone. I'm open to other ways I can help out. 2. Right now, I'm still working full-time, so I'll probably check in a few times a week. Once I retire, I'll have more time to be active, probably daily. 3. I'm ready to do what I can, but I'll need some help, especially because of my visual impairment. I'm hoping we can work together on this. 4. Of course, I'm still getting my bearings here, but ultimately I'm not here just to look around. I'm hoping to stick around for a while and really make a difference. 5. Some projects may or may not even need funding. However, for many I know money has to come from somewhere, like donations or grants. Once I retire, I'll be on a tighter budget, so I can't give a lot of money, but I can give my time and effort. I don't have a lot of experience with fundraising. 6. I think the line between professional and personal is kind of blurry here. I'm hoping to find projects that matter to me personally, but that also make a difference in the world. 7. Definitely. I'm all about community and helping each other out. I'm happy to share what I know and learn from others. 8. Sure, as long as it stays true to values like liberation, community, and progress, I'm happy to spread the word. 9. I hope so, but who knows? I'm open to the idea. I'm hoping that the projects I work on will make a difference, and that could be pretty life-changing. 10. I get that you're all volunteers, so I'm not expecting instant responses. I'm patient and I appreciate the work you're doing. 11. I think so. I know we all have to put in effort to make things work, and I'm ready to do what I can.
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