[isf-wifidog] Fwd: Community.Network.Markup.Language -was- And a quick survey...,

Dana Spiegel dana at nycwireless.net
Mer 4 Oct 21:45:23 EDT 2006

should we add network federation to this list? That's something we'd  
like to put into place.

Dana Spiegel
Executive Director
dana at NYCwireless.net
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On Oct 4, 2006, at 5:21 PM, Benoit Gregoire wrote:

> On Sunday 01 October 2006 15:05, Michael Lenczner wrote:
>> Curious to learn more about what CNML is really for.  I don't  
>> quite get it
>> yet.
> It's basically a bunch of microformats to allow different groups to  
> solve
> generic problems without re-inventing the weel.  For example:
> -Sending node information to a maping system (we already have two  
> competing
> XML formats (that we know of).
> -Whitelisting neighbouring mesh nodes for captive portals (very  
> common need
> for groups outside ISF)
> -Transmiting IP adressing plans
> It is NOT meant to be a monster standard for wireless  
> infrastructure that does
> everything, just a bunch of problem by problem XML data  
> structures.  This
> way, concensus is build with only the groups that have to solve  
> that specific
> problem and no one else.
> My immediate job is to add a summary of the most immediate problems  
> to be
> solved by the different groups.
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