Nicole Alderman wrote:Hi J! Any chance you could get a picture of you making one of the saddles? I just fear that anyone could come on and show a link to an etsy page and say they did it, and take credit for other's work. I don't think that's the case here, but it's probably good to set a precedent. Thanks!
Mike Haasl wrote:We need to show Otis that you can make money to pay the bills.
Ash Jackson wrote:Hey Kyle,
For the merch you design, it sounds like that might be a better fit for online labor: https://permies.com/wiki/118748/pep-commerce/PEP-BB-Commerce-Sand-Internet
My understanding is this BB is more for things you've made or gathered with your own hands.
Also; glad to have you in PEP! It's fun to see more folks around.
paul wheaton wrote:With the t-shirt question, I am kinda thinking that I want to update this BB to be something about how most of the raw materials (at least 80%) came from the land. Not sure, so I'm fishing for feedback.
I think Otis would like to see that somebody can make money. And this is certainly a type of transaction. But I am thinking that the function here is to show selling stuff from the land as opposed to an apartment.
On the other hand, to make a tshirt that people actually buy is still a business thing. And that appeals to otis also - just not as much.
Maybe we need an additional BB? I think answering this question might require a re-exploration of the entire aspect.
I assume you mean "the" land, not necessarily "your" land?
paul wheaton wrote:With the t-shirt question, I am kinda thinking that I want to update this BB to be something about how most of the raw materials (at least 80%) came from the land.
Skandi Rogers wrote:I sell way more than $20 but no single item comes to $20 and since it is unmanned I do not see how large each individual sale is though I would doubt many are that large. would a days sales ($150 ish) count? Or would a post like this which shows 2 purchases,(totaling $30) (there are 3 in the comments but they didn't all fit on my screenshot) count? Of course these are not in English.
Ash Jackson wrote:
- I think multiple purchases totaling at least $20 is ok, especially since it's just in one day. I know elsewhere Paul has stated the amount needs to equate to US dollars. (I'm not current on Krone : Dollar conversion)
- The screenshot: I'm not able to see where there's two transactions occurring. Can you help me see where that's happening?
- Perhaps a shot (or two or three) showing your vegetables growing, and how/where you're selling them at your gate, would also be a big help in documenting this BB.
I hope I'm clear, please let me know if you have more questions.
Michael Cox wrote:How about small regular sales? We are starting to sell our eggs. £1 for eggs. But obviously we don’t sell £20 in one go.
Can we accumulate sales? Can I mix and match? A few plants and some eggs?