• Wanna be updated? Read the heartbeat!

    Posted on Feb 22, 2017

    In the last months this blog was neglected, but that doesn't mean that nothing happened. No really, not at all! Our communication just shifted to our wiki even more, so that our heartbeat - which basically is a communuty report - is published on there every other week.

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  • Project identity - yunity, foodsharing and Sharecy

    Posted on Nov 26, 2016

    During this summer yunity faced moments of upheaval and change, especially due to the resignation of Raphael Fellmer, who decided to put his energy into founding a non-profit organization called Sharecy. But that didn't stop the people who were involved from doing what they were doing - yunity thrives!

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  • Wuppdays (#12) Witzenhausen

    Posted on Nov 04, 2016

    Welcome to the Wuppdays #12 in Witzenhausen. This time we're hosted by a Transition Town(TT) initiative. So it's a great place to network, learn from each other and support where we can. Do you want to join? We would like to have you here! But have a look into the following description to find out if these wuppdays and circumstances are interesting to you.

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  • Community report #1

    Posted on Oct 04, 2016

    A community report is a paper to reflect on what was happening over the last weeks. And to be honest: nobody knows what exactly happened, but this community report tries to highlight some adventures and development.

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  • Coding for Change

    Posted on Sep 22, 2016

    A hackathon dedicated to prevent waste and to expand the movement of sharing!

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  • Introducing: yunity heartbeat

    Posted on Jul 21, 2016

    For a long time, we were wondering how we could most effectively work together, while giving ourselves the freedom of a Do-ocracy. Monika and Doug came up with the idea of Scrum of Scrums...

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  • Co-creation WuppDays in Rotterdam - July 7th to 27th, 2016

    Posted on Jun 29, 2016

    Spontanenous WuppDays at the SynergyHub in Rotterdam! We bring together organizations from diverse backgrounds, that are coherent in a mutual vision, to initiate cooperation, collaboration and co-creating.

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  • WuppDays #7 Kirchheim near Stuttgart

    Posted on Jun 14, 2016

    A mere month after the Rotterdam WuppDays, the Kircheim unter Teck WuppDays began. Read more about what we have been up to in Kirchheim!

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  • Wupping, Planning, Doing and Celebrating the #6 WuppDays

    Posted on Apr 02, 2016

    A lot has been happening since the last blog post! Many developers have been reaching out to yunity, looking for a positive, decisive project that they could contribute to. And now the WuppDays #6 have started in Rotterdam...

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  • Join us at the WuppDays in Rotterdam (21/03-10/04)

    Posted on Feb 23, 2016

    yunity - a project, platform and movement is coming to Rotterdam from 2016-03-21 to 2016-04-10. Visit us, join us and make change possible! We are as enthusiastically working as always, maybe even more, because the year 2016 will be full of yunity activity...

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  • WuppDays #5: Nuremberg

    Posted on Feb 16, 2016

    These two weeks of wupping went by very quickly! The setup was once again very different but the spirit was productive as always! This time we were hosted by two of our own members who both live in Nuremberg: Manuele provided his flat as a wupping and sleeping place and Kirstin provided hers as an additional working space. Although both locations were not very big, there was more than enough room to fit us all and at times it was really cozy!

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  • TEDx Talk in Utrecht

    Posted on Feb 15, 2016

    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.

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  • We have a logo!

    Posted on Feb 04, 2016

    For months, many volunteers participated in the search for a logo... then, on January 26, Manuele posted a message into our Slack chat: Hello @channel ! After some months of discussion and passionate contribution we finally have the first version of the logo. I want to thank @manuelw @michi @vinicio @joachim @mel and all the people than helped in the process. Please have a look and give us some feedback, but remember: This is just a symbol, now it’s up to us to put values in it, meaning, messages of love, and spread out to the world. Always Rock and Roll!

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  • Wanted: permanent WuppSpace

    Posted on Feb 03, 2016

    For a while we’ve had the idea of a permanent space - a WuppSpace - where our work on the project can take place and the community finds a real home. Now the search has started… We imagine a lively community house with the yunity spirit, where we are able to efficiently work on the platform and realize saving and sharing of all imaginable resources such as skills, spaces, things....

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  • Progress on WuppDays #4

    Posted on Feb 02, 2016

    WuppDays #4 has just finished. This time the yunity team met in Chemnitz in a colourful location, named Kompott. The focus was less on coding tasks and more about structural and organisational project tasks. Please have a look at what we are currently working on...

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  • Impressions from the Open WuppDays #1

    Posted on Feb 02, 2016

    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 welcome they deserve. That’s why we initiated the very first OpenWuppDays in Chemnitz. Full of anticipation we prepared this weekend to let everybody have deep insights in our project and the working groups Product, Design, Development, IT-Service, Legal, Structure, PR and Translation.

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  • WuppDays #3: Chemnitz

    Posted on Dec 16, 2015

    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 wupping...

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  • WuppDays #2: Mainz

    Posted on Nov 25, 2015

    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...

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  • Invitation to next WuppDays

    Posted on Oct 28, 2015

    In the 3 weeks during the WuppDays we layed the foundation of yunity, a new platform to share and save food, items, skills and resources using AngularJS, Bootstrap, Django, Elastic, Postgres... and we need your help!

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  • Development Progress

    Posted on Oct 09, 2015

    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...

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  • Lookin' for a logo

    Posted on Oct 09, 2015

    The yunity project needs a new set of clothes - a logo to be precise...

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  • Developing from scratch

    Posted on Oct 03, 2015

    The development team have been very busy! Researching, discussing and writing a bunch of code. This first development post gives an introduction of what's happened so far... to be continued.

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  • WuppDays begins!

    Posted on Sep 30, 2015

    So far this WuppDays (15th of September to 20th of October) more than 30 people have gathered to lay the foundation for a new sharing platform in Malo, Italy! Beside all the wonderful people who came together physically, there are many more who helped to make this ambitious project a reality.

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