[FoRK] [P2P-F] Would you like to write about how to set up a mesh network

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Mon Feb 7 03:57:27 PST 2011


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From: Patrick Anderson <agnucius at gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 10:24:32 -0700
To: P2P Foundation mailing list <p2p-foundation at lists.ourproject.org>
Cc: Neal Gorenflo <neal at shareable.net>
Subject: Re: [P2P-F] Would you like to write about how to set up a mesh
	network
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The following are not necessarily focused on 'mesh' networking, but
are more generally addressing the shared property ownership of that
physical infrastructure.

On a similar note: I am forming a plan for an alternative
organizational form (or business model) that solves the typical
problem of power concentration during the growth of such endeavors
which would apply across all types of sharing, not just internet
access.

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http://Frankston.com >>My current interest is moving beyond the 19th
century concept of telecom to community owned infrastructure. This
would add hundreds of billions of dollars to the US and much more
value by creating opportunity for what we can't imagine.

http://VillageTelco.org >>an easy-to-use, scalable, standards-based,
wireless, local, do-it-yourself, telephone company toolkit

http://TheConnective.net >>Together we can replace the telco's 'last
mile' - the communication networks at the neighborhood level - with
our own 'first mile' of free and open connectivity.

http://netBlazr.com >>netBlazr customizes next-generation, but
commercially tested, directional radios and networking equipment to
deliver high-speed broadband through your office window.

http://MuniNetworks.org >>Communities across America have set up
community broadband networks to ensure access to affordable, fast
networks.

http://MediaPolicy.NewAmerica.net/publications/policy/from_the_digital_divide_to_digital_excellence
>>From the Digital Divide to Digital Excellence

http://WeRebuild.eu >>We Rebuild is a decentralized cluster of net
activists who have joined forces to collaborate on issues concerning
access to a free Internet without intrusive surveillance.

http://seattlewireless.net >>SeattleWireless is a grassroots Community
Wireless Network project in Seattle, Washington. Its goals include the
creation of a broadband wireless metropolitan area network, as well as
the creation of tools that help us achieve that goal.

http://Sites.Google.com/site/wasabinetwifi >>Do you want $9.99/month
wireless Internet without needing a telephone line, cable TV, or
satellite?  Do you want free email? Do you want to own your
community's Internet network with your neighbors?

http://guifi.net
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Patrick Anderson
Social Sufficiency Coalition
http://SourceFreedom.BlogSpot.com


On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 9:53 AM, Neal Gorenflo <neal at shareable.net> wrote:
> Hi p2p friends,
> We at Shareable are looking for someone to write a how-to article about
> how to set up a neighborhood mesh network so neighbors can share
> Internet access.
> Please contact me if you're interested or know someone who
> could do a good job at it.  What's especially appreciated is someone who
> has actually set one up or knows someone who has that can be a source.
> The article would add to our library of around 80 how-to share guides
> including how to start a housing coop, a chicken coop, hold a
> free market, share a vegetable garden, start a farmers market and more:
> http://shareable.net/how-to-share
> Neal
>
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