I think you are being way too modest. I have worked with young adults for over 30 years as a teacher. Over the years, the knowledge and skill in using tools, troubleshooting, and improvising has generally gone the way of the buggy whip in young folks. Sure, their computer skills are good, but knowing how to work with physical stuff is in general lacking. The philosophy tends to be "push a button and something will happen." Golly, I am sounding old .
An exception is our 30 year old son. He was raised to fix things, think things out, and make do. So he is really good at repairing, and even making new, electronics and other gear. And he helps us with house maintenance.
My point is, please share your knowledge with as many folks as you can. I know the virus limits what interactions we can have with other people. Who knows how long this will last.
PS we have two home-built Dobs in our home that we made in the 1990's and still use happily.
PPS Augustus here on CN is a young person with ATM skills.