@apio ludd As an "anti-market anarchist" is there anything you would do (as opposed to expressing an opinion etc.) about anyone who decided to trade in a market?
i don't speak for apio ludd, but i suspect they would agree with me on this.
if people want to conduct their lives through value-exchange transactions using markets - in the most basic sense of that word - that is their own business (pun not intended but appreciated). as long as their activity does not impact the lives of those who choose not to do so, i don't see any problems. whether they call themselves anarchist is irrelevant.
the issue i (and others) have is the fact that living by the logic of value exchange is pretty much guaranteed to impact the lives of others who do not choose that way of living. that is at least partly due to value exchange being inextricably tied to concepts like profit and accumulation, which pretty much by definition impact others in ways they do not choose.
also, markets do not necessarily imply value exchange. see "really really free markets".