[isf-wifidog] quick update from the conference
dana at nycwireless.net
Lun 3 Avr 21:17:18 EDT 2006
This is definitely a post 1.0 feature, but something we should work
on this summer.
dana at NYCwireless.net
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On Apr 3, 2006, at 6:16 PM, Max Horváth wrote:
> A great idea ... I like it ... but I don't see that feature in the
> very near future ...
> Cheers, Max!
> Am 03.04.2006 um 10:45 schrieb Dana Spiegel:
>> Very glad to hear more groups are gearing up to use the software.
>> We're expanding in NY also based on discussions we had at the
>> This really opens up the need to figure out how to federate our
>> users across networks. If we can put together a roaming system,
>> we'll have a hotspot network that rivals the commercial providers!
>> Dana Spiegel
>> Executive Director
>> dana at NYCwireless.net
>> +1 917 402 0422
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>> On Apr 2, 2006, at 3:26 PM, Michael Lenczner wrote:
>>> just to give people a quick update.
>>> everyone here is very impressed with ISF and especially with
>>> 2-3 new groups *will* be using it. and 2-3 others are looking very
>>> seriously at it. for example we just had a discussion with the head
>>> of Austin Wireless who are running a network of 100 nodes and 40,000
>>> users using NoCat. It's pretty apparent that they will be trying to
>>> switch their network to the dog.
>>> Our panel (benoit, Gabe from Wireless Toronto, Alison, me and Jo
>>> London, WSFII) kicked ass. There is no other way to put it. 45
>>> people came (a lot considering there were 4 streams) and we
>>> brought a
>>> really important message about what we're doing up in Montreal and
>>> Toronto that is *very* different from what's happening in the
>>> rest of
>>> the CWN movement. And they loved hearing that message -
>>> especially at
>>> this time when community wireless is trying to distinguish itself
>>> municipal wireless.
>>> I'm trying to listen to the finishing address, but I need to
>>> how important it was that Benoit was here and what an amazing job he
>>> did. There were a lot of smart, technical people here, and the fact
>>> that they could talk with him was absolutely crucial. A lot of the
>>> great stuff that will come out of this is directly due to people
>>> hearing his presentation and having conversations with him over
>>> and coffeebreaks.
>>> felicitations, Benoit.
>>> See you all at the next meeting
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