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Jon Spriggs at 14:11 on 19 Oct 2019

Really great talk, with loads of materials. I'd love to know more about the project, so I need to follow up on some of the links :)

Stuart Ward at 09:43 on 20 Oct 2019

Here is some help on starting your own Repair Cafe:
Restart party wiki has lots of useful guides on how to repair different devices.
https://wiki.restarters.net/Main_Page

iFixit is a company and a website focused on Repair. They sell great tools, and they also have fixit guides for many types of devices. Phones and computers mainly.
https://www.ifixit.com/

The Restart party has guidance on hosting your own event
https://therestartproject.org/restartparty/
The Repair Cafe site also has some good guides on how to start an event.
https://repaircafe.org/en/start/

Stuart Ward at 09:46 on 20 Oct 2019

And here is some stuff on Right to Repair:

The Manchester Declaration https://manchesterdeclaration.org/, drafted by repair activists from across the UK in October 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/ReadingRepairCafe/
http://www.transitionreading.org.uk/projects/reading-repair-cafe/
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/mar/15/can-we-fix-it-the-repair-cafes-waging-war-on-throwaway-culture
https://www.getreading.co.uk/news/local-news/quick-fixes-big-hit-reading-6227126
https://www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/europeans-want-repair-not-replace-their-appliances.html
https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2019/7/3/18761691/right-to-repair-computers-phones-car-mechanics-apple

Mark DSW at 14:12 on 20 Oct 2019

Really interesting