[isf-wifidog] WifiDog v2 development update?

Norman P. Graziani Normang at normie.com
Ven 3 Avr 23:03:12 EDT 2009

Hi, Dana!
	Funny you should mention that....  :-)  lol!

Ile Sans Fil has a newfound momentum these days and we are looking at a few
"R&D" activities which are slated to lead to a definition of what WifiDog
2.0 would, and could, look like.  Sylvain Carle is coordinating these
efforts, which are in the nascent stages right now.  Keep an eye out for
some of the efforts on the list soon.....

Thank you!

-Norman Graziani
ISF - Secretary/Treasurer

Norman P. Graziani 
Normang at normie.com 
Cell: (514) 622-9142 


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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 10:36:01 -0400
From: Dana Spiegel <dana at nycwireless.net>
Subject: [isf-wifidog] WifiDog v2 development update?
To: WiFiDog Captive Portal <wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org>
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Has anyone actually been working on v2 of WifiDog recently  
(particularly the server side)? There was a lot of talk 1+ years ago  
about it, and since then I haven't heard anything.

We are planning a big art/architecture event in NYC in the fall, and  
would love to make use of the features that enable WifiDog to turn  
into just a hotspot authentication system, and remove the content  
management system (allowing us to drop in drupal or something else)?

Is this something that some of the core WifiDog developers would be  
interested in picking up again?

Dana Spiegel
Executive Director, NYCwireless
dana at nycwireless.net
+1 917 402 0422

NYCwireless is a non-profit organization that advocates for, and  
enables the growth of free, public wireless networks
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