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[liberationtech] What's up with mesh?
DObrien at cpj.org
Sun Jun 26 15:43:16 PDT 2011
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On Jun 25, 2011, at 8:50 PM, The Doctor wrote:
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> On 06/24/2011 08:53 PM, Danny O'Brien wrote:
>> I've also been enjoying reading the FabFi blog <http://fabfi.fablab.af/blog/>,
>> which is very frank about its successes and failures
> Their work is incredible. We (the Byzantium dev team) are considering
> getting in touch with them because their improvised long-haul wifi work
> fills a design requirement of our project. It came up at the sprint
> last night that their designs would be ideal for our how-to book, and
> we'd like to get permission to put a version of it at least into the
> Creative Commons-licensed work.
>> I guess my meta-question would be: if people want to be involved, but
>> don't have a strong sense of which individual project to ally with, who
>> should they be following, and where should they be going?
> What goals are you personally concerned with? Access? Applications?
> Telephony? Gatewaying to the Net? Do you want to work on policy, or do
> you want to work on hardware, or do you want to work on software?
> Toward what end?
This isn't really for me. This is for those who ask me about these things: I'm just looking for recommendations to point them to.
The links are very useful, thanks.
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