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[liberationtech] seeking open wireless projects

Mitar mmitar at
Fri Jul 19 15:33:47 PDT 2013


I hope you checked this list:


There were already few times people were analyzing existing wireless
networks. I think you should get into the contact with those
researchers. (At least I know that I had to answer interview questions
few times already.) Currently, as far as I know, part of this current
EU project is to also analyze existing networks. I would recommend
that you get into the contact with them:

And of course with everybody involved in International Summit for
Community Wireless Networks.

I am involved with wlan slovenija,


On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 2:44 PM, Dan Auerbach <dan at> wrote:
> Hi libtech,
> We at EFF are writing up a taxonomy of existing "open wireless"
> commercial or non-commercial projects that have launched and would love
> input from folks on this list. So far we are looking at:
> Fon -
> Comcast -
> Karma -
> Ruckus -
> KeyWifi - is this project still active?
> We're sure there are many more, and wanted to see if people here could
> help by pointing us towards launched projects to add to the list. It's
> hard to draw a bright line between what counts as a "launched project"
> vs, say, a technical solution. For example, we don't want to include a
> protocol like EAP-SIM or firmware that has optional open wireless as a
> launched project, but firmware that ships with "default on" guest
> networking might qualify. Any suggestions you have are great so don't
> hesitate to let us know about any cool thing related to open wireless,
> just please don't be offended if we decide not to categorize it as a
> launched project.
> Our goal is NOT to promote these solutions, but rather just to give an
> idea of what's out there, what desirable properties each offering has,
> and what properties it lacks. For example, we think decentralized
> solutions that have no captive portals or authentication and are
> universally available are preferred. We do not want to get into a
> discussion of the security properties of open wireless, or any
> discussion about the merits of one solution vs another -- we are simply
> seeking information on what is out there.
> Thanks,
> --
> Dan Auerbach
> Staff Technologist
> Electronic Frontier Foundation
> dan at
> 415 436 9333 x134
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