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[liberationtech] Mesh Networks?

Marcin de Kaminski Marcin.de_Kaminski at soclaw.lu.se
Tue Jun 21 12:38:03 PDT 2011


True. Telecomix did not run Speak2Tweet. We ran IRC2Tweet, Fax2Tweet and Hamradio2Tweet services.

/Marcin




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Marcin de Kaminski
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20 jun 2011 kl. 20.40 skrev Brian Conley:

> Speak2Tweet was run by google(not telecomix), its impact was low and would likely have been lower without my organization's (Small World News) involvement sourcing translation for the content.
> 
> It was also very low impact overall due to dependence on access to international calling. Better options might be distributing content via open bluetooth (or wifi) nodes for sharing audio reports, calls to action, and videos internally.
> 
> We have been starting to explore bluetooth nodes for content distribution, I would love to know whether anyone on this list has more experience and might advise us or point in the direction of best practices, etc.
> 
> cheers
> 
> Brian
> 
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 11:26 AM, The Doctor <drwho at virtadpt.net> wrote:
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> On 06/17/2011 12:44 PM, Collin Anderson wrote:
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> > PS: Were any of the tools inexplicably tacked on in the middle of the
> > article actually used in demonstrable ways in Egypt/Tunisia?
> 
> Tor and Speak2Tweet were.  Tor usage spiked during the uprisings in
> Egypt and Tunisia, and Telecomix.org were setting up dialup net.access
> for the Middle East as well as running a Speak 2 Tweet service.
> 
> - --
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> The Doctor [412/724/301/703]
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> > blorple the featureless cube
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