TEDx Talk in Utrecht

TEDx Talk in Utrecht

As some of you may have noticed, we advertised an ominous TEDx Talk in Utrecht for a while on the bottom of our landing page. It took place on January 27th and was held by Raphael Fellmer, co-founder of foodsharing.de as well as first believer in yunity. Now the official clip was finally published o...

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Wanted: permanent WuppSpace

Wanted: permanent WuppSpace

The yunity team would like to find a permanent location - a ‘WuppSpace’, where the team can work on the project, live the culture of sharing and saving resources and skills, and where everyone can feel at home.

Holding the WuppDays at changing locations requires lots of organizing and coordinating...

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Progress on WuppDays #4

Progress on WuppDays #4

WuppDays #4 has just finished. This time the yunity team met in Chemnitz in a colourful location, named Kompott. Kompott is a culture- and community project in a giant housing complex. We would like to thank all the lovely people from Kompott for their confidence and support. Many spaces were avai...

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Impressions from the Open WuppDays #1

Impressions from the Open WuppDays #1

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yunity is an open project, made from the people for the people, and still is in the midst of being developed. More and more people are interested in it and want to contribute - and we want to give every one of them the opportunity to get in touch with us personally and to experience the warm welco...

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WuppDays #3: Chemnitz

WuppDays #3: Chemnitz

One candle-lit dinner near the end of WuppDays #2 (Mainz), the subject of the where we should meet again was brought up. Just like that, some hard working yuniteers managed to find somewhere in Chemnitz (formerly Karl-Marx-Stadt from 1953 to 1990) and on 2015-11-27 a small team met up and began wupp...

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WuppDays #2: Mainz

WuppDays #2: Mainz

The second WuppDays began a little colder than the first, but that's what happens when you travel 500 Km North over the Alps from Malo to Mainz. Apples and plums replaced the kaki and pomegranates of Italy, and seeing the moisture of our breath confirmed we were definitely in Germany.

Although col...

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Development Progress

Development Progress

Less than a week left! We can hardly believe it. Writing code, fixing-bugs, throwing that code away and making new code, documenting, serving, chatting with design, chatting with user needs, revising the data model... Sufficient to say we've been busy.


Two of our Devs, Raphi and Neel, having a bit...

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