kloschi | 24 Apr 18:19 2006

announcement we.funk06

hi,

we just did a first draft page on the wiki for the yearly weimar-based
freifunk event. 
http://www.okfn.org/wsfii/wiki/we.funk06

there is a website and more details to come soon.

kind regards,
kloschi
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Marten | 24 Apr 23:33 2006
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Wireless Community Camp, 2-6 August 2006, Leiden, The Netherlands

What : Wireless Community Camp,

- Workshop software FreeBSD / Linux
- Routing / DNS / monitoring / administration
- Hands on wireless node hardware
- Tutorial wireless Leiden and Amsterdam
- Making antennas and measure antennas
- Wifi on the waves (B00tTrip)
- Social Thanks
- Special program for the ladies and kids

When:  2-6 August 2006 

Where: Leiden, The Netherlands

Who: Wifisoft.org 

Responsible: Marten Vijn , Gerard Mourits

Program :: 

http://wbc.wifisoft.org/pub/wbc_program.pdf

Subscribe 
info:
http://wcc.wifisoft.org/index.php/Subscribe

webform:
http://wifisoft.org/sub/

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Marten | 26 Apr 09:14 2006
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Re: Wireless Community Camp, 2-6 August 2006, Leiden, The Netherlands

On Tue, 2006-04-25 at 15:55 +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: 
> On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 11:33:05PM +0200, Marten wrote:
> > What : Wireless Community Camp,
> > 

> Is the camp for free for people who have a presentation? 

Papers/Presentations are more than welcome.

> Or is there no division of people into presenting and audience?

It would mean creating groups, and therefore creating us and them.

We want a we-event. Meaning that all people are responsible for this
event. (like ik think it should be a community)

We believe that we all need to help, some by giving presentations, some
by organising, some by bringen humor, some by cleaning toilets.

All needs to be done. And a lot more.
see http://wcc.wifisoft.org/index.php/JobCenter

I know some people organize a sponsor for traveling and subscribtion.   
For Sponsors of the event some webspace is availible. If people are
interrested in sponsoring, please contact me off-list. 

For most people eating drinken and traveling wil cost more than the
subscribtion fee. 

I am one of the first payed subscribers. 
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Sylvia Cadena | 26 Apr 17:34 2006
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New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

Dear friends,

Great news from Venezuela, where our colleagues and friends Ermanno
Pietrosemoli (EsLaRed president - APC member in Venezuela), Javier
Triviño (EsLaRed) and Carlo Fonda (ICTP Trieste), just broke a few weeks
ago a world record establishing the longest WiFi link, having a 279 kms
active link. It will be great if you can help us to disseminate this
information. Please refer your readers
to
http://www.wilac.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=170&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0. 

The posting includes 2 files, one in Spanish and the other one in
English, which documents their successful experiment.

Congratulations for Ermanno, Javier and Carlo!!!

With warm regards,

Sylvia

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WILAC - www.wilac.net
Tecnologías inalámbricas para el desarrollo
Sylvia Cadena - coordinacion <at> wilac.net
Tel. (+5982) 7111502
J.M. Sosa 2281 / 701 Montevideo 11300, Uruguay
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Sylvia Cadena | 26 Apr 17:33 2006
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New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

Dear friends,

Great news from Venezuela, where our colleagues and friends Ermanno
Pietrosemoli (EsLaRed president - APC member in Venezuela), Javier
Triviño (EsLaRed) and Carlo Fonda (ICTP Trieste), just broke a few weeks
ago a world record establishing the longest WiFi link, having a 279 kms
active link. It will be great if you can help us to disseminate this
information. Please refer your readers
to
http://www.wilac.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=170&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0. 

The posting includes 2 files, one in Spanish and the other one in
English, which documents their successful experiment.

Congratulations for Ermanno, Javier and Carlo!!!

With warm regards,

Sylvia

----------------------------------------------
WILAC - www.wilac.net
Tecnologías inalámbricas para el desarrollo
Sylvia Cadena - coordinacion <at> wilac.net
Tel. (+5982) 7111502
J.M. Sosa 2281 / 701 Montevideo 11300, Uruguay
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Ramon Roca | 26 Apr 19:01 2006
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Re: New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

Amazing. Congratulations.
done at http://guifi.net/ca/node/4465

En/na Sylvia Cadena ha escrit:

> Dear friends,
>
> Great news from Venezuela, where our colleagues and friends Ermanno
> Pietrosemoli (EsLaRed president - APC member in Venezuela), Javier
> Triviño (EsLaRed) and Carlo Fonda (ICTP Trieste), just broke a few weeks
> ago a world record establishing the longest WiFi link, having a 279 kms
> active link. It will be great if you can help us to disseminate this
> information. Please refer your readers to
>
http://www.wilac.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=170&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0. 
>
>
> The posting includes 2 files, one in Spanish and the other one in
> English, which documents their successful experiment.
>
> Congratulations for Ermanno, Javier and Carlo!!!
>
> With warm regards,
>
> Sylvia
>
> ----------------------------------------------
> WILAC - www.wilac.net
> Tecnologías inalámbricas para el desarrollo
> Sylvia Cadena - coordinacion <at> wilac.net
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Mahabir Pun | 27 Apr 05:59 2006

Re: New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

Hello Friends,

This is a great news. I have been trying to find ways to connect two
villages about 130 km apart for about a year and I was not sure if it will
work. Now I am sure that it is going to work.

Thanks for sending the message.

Mahabir Pun

> Dear friends,
>
> Great news from Venezuela, where our colleagues and friends Ermanno
> Pietrosemoli (EsLaRed president - APC member in Venezuela), Javier
> Triviño (EsLaRed) and Carlo Fonda (ICTP Trieste), just broke a few weeks
> ago a world record establishing the longest WiFi link, having a 279 kms
> active link. It will be great if you can help us to disseminate this
> information. Please refer your readers to
> http://www.wilac.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=170&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0.
>
>
> The posting includes 2 files, one in Spanish and the other one in
> English, which documents their successful experiment.
>
> Congratulations for Ermanno, Javier and Carlo!!!
>
> With warm regards,
>
> Sylvia
>
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Onno W. Purbo | 27 Apr 06:54 2006
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Re: New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

On Wed, 26 Apr 2006, Mahabir Pun wrote:

> Hello Friends,
>
> This is a great news. I have been trying to find ways to connect two
> villages about 130 km apart for about a year and I was not sure if it will
> work. Now I am sure that it is going to work.
>
> Thanks for sending the message.
>
> Mahabir Pun
>

If repeater is allowed it may solve the problem

Some of us use passive repeater with two antenna back-to-back
in no grid sites

Cheers, Onno
Vickram Crishna | 27 Apr 07:44 2006

Re: New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

At 11:54 AM +0700 4/27/06, Onno W. Purbo wrote:
>On Wed, 26 Apr 2006, Mahabir Pun wrote:
>>This is a great news. I have been trying to find ways to connect 
>>two villages about 130 km apart for about a year and I was not sure 
>>if it will work. Now I am sure that it is going to work.
>
>If repeater is allowed it may solve the problem
>
>Some of us use passive repeater with two antenna back-to-back in no grid sites

In many places, either the topography or the political situation 
makes repeaters unreliable (expensive to replace) - then one has to 
hope for seriously long distance solutions.
--

-- 
Vickram
vijay wti | 27 Apr 12:05 2006
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Re: New world record... WiFi link at 279 Kms :)

That sounds great! Future is there. Mountain societies  will benefit a lot from it.
vijay dhasmana

On 4/27/06, Vickram Crishna <vvcrishna <at> radiophony.com> wrote:
At 11:54 AM +0700 4/27/06, Onno W. Purbo wrote:
>On Wed, 26 Apr 2006, Mahabir Pun wrote:
>>This is a great news. I have been trying to find ways to connect
>>two villages about 130 km apart for about a year and I was not sure
>>if it will work. Now I am sure that it is going to work.
>
>If repeater is allowed it may solve the problem
>
>Some of us use passive repeater with two antenna back-to-back in no grid sites

In many places, either the topography or the political situation
makes repeaters unreliable (expensive to replace) - then one has to
hope for seriously long distance solutions.
--
Vickram

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