Vickram Crishna | 1 Oct 04:34 2009
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Re: Deletion of false users on wsfii site

>
>From: Bjarke Nielsen <bjarke <at> djurslands.net>
>To: dpaufler <at> leo34.net; Discuss list on the World Summit on Free Information Infrastructure <wsfii-discuss <at> lists.okfn.org>
>Sent: Thursday, 1 October, 2009 1:37:04
>Subject: Re: [wsfii-discuss] Deletion of false users on wsfii site
>
>
>"charlotte Administrator" was actually the first admin for the site, when it started to be administered
by DIIRWB, as she used to be the manager of DIIRWB.
>
>Please let it be until further notice from DIIRWB.
>
>Greetings from Bjarke :-)
>Founder of DIIRWB and the DjurslandS.net in Denmark
>
>
>>Daniel Paufler skrev:
>
>Hey
>>
>>Vickram Crishna wrote:
>>  
>>Here is the remaining list of authorised users (in fact, several are listed as 'authors', so please
pardon the pun). I have put the ones listed as 'admins' at the end. I still don't recognise a couple, and
request for help. 
>>>
>>>DanielP 
>>>    
>>thats me.
>>
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Bogdan Tancic | 2 Oct 02:09 2009
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Re: NMS best practice documents ?

Hello Chris,

Thank you for BMO book. I think I can find some interesting parts inside it.

When we finish these documents I would be glad to share them if somebody is
interested.

Best wishes,
Bogdan

-----Original Message-----
From: wsfii-discuss-bounces <at> lists.okfn.org
[mailto:wsfii-discuss-bounces <at> lists.okfn.org] On Behalf Of Chris Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 10:33 AM
To: Discuss list on the World Summit on Free Information Infrastructure
Subject: Re: [wsfii-discuss] NMS best practice documents ?

Hi Bogdan,

On Tue, 29 Sep 2009, Bogdan Tancic wrote:

> I am doing research with my team on academic network about network 
> monitoring systems. Also we are making some bpd's and the first task is 
> creating recommendations for surroundings (networks, servers, network 
> devices etc) in which you can implement monitoring software.  If someone 
> of you have some sort of these documents concerning academic networks in 
> your country or your community networks, I would be more than grateful 
> if you can share that.

That sounds like interesting research. I wonder if you are considering the 
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Vickram Crishna | 3 Oct 05:19 2009
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Re: Deletion of false users on wsfii site

----- Original Message ----
> From: Vickram Crishna <v1clist <at> yahoo.co.uk>
> To: Discuss list on the World Summit on Free Information Infrastructure <wsfii-discuss <at> lists.okfn.org>
> Sent: Thursday, 1 October, 2009 8:04:06
> Subject: Re: [wsfii-discuss] Deletion of false users on wsfii site
> 
> >
> >From: Bjarke Nielsen 
> >To: dpaufler <at> leo34.net; Discuss list on the World Summit on Free Information 
> Infrastructure 
> >Sent: Thursday, 1 October, 2009 1:37:04
> >Subject: Re: [wsfii-discuss] Deletion of false users on wsfii site
> >
> >
> >"charlotte Administrator" was actually the first admin for the site, when it 
> started to be administered by DIIRWB, as she used to be the manager of DIIRWB.

The 'Charlotte' ID is definitely still being used to spampost. The password must have leaked long back.
Either we delete the ID now (if we can; and there is still a fallback 'test' ID which Klavs controls) or
whichever DIIRWB person knows the password should reset it.

Also, please ask someone physically at DIIRWB to do the server stuff soon: akismet-spam and updating
wordpress to the latest version.  

Thanks 
Vickram
http://communicall.wordpress.com
http://vvcrishna.wordpress.com
Marten Vijn | 5 Oct 23:07 2009
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Re: OLPC - Factfile: XO laptop

On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 17:18 +0100, Rob Dyke wrote:
> See http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6679431.stm for an accessible 
> (non-ultra-geek) Factfile on the XO
> 
> Especially interesting is the info on network connectivity: " Using 
> standard wireless protocols, the laptops are automatically able to form 
> a "mesh network" where each machine acts as both laptop and router, able 
> to pass information between computers."

Well the XO's do have a no-standardized, closed source mesh.

IMHO more promising are 11s for linux and FreeBSD. Net FreeBSD
(currently 8.0 RC-1) release ship 802.11s 

2ct,
Marten

> There is a flash based demo of a mesh network between laptops, and 
> between laptops and internet routes.
> 
> Hope this is helpful for someone.
> 
> Rob
> 
> 
> 
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Marten Vijn | 5 Oct 23:56 2009
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Re: OLPC - Factfile: XO laptop


mm, sorry for this post, I was digging in an old mailbox,
kind regards,
Marten

On Mon, 2009-10-05 at 23:07 +0200, Marten Vijn wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 17:18 +0100, Rob Dyke wrote:
> > See http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6679431.stm for an accessible 
> > (non-ultra-geek) Factfile on the XO
> > 
> > Especially interesting is the info on network connectivity: " Using 
> > standard wireless protocols, the laptops are automatically able to form 
> > a "mesh network" where each machine acts as both laptop and router, able 
> > to pass information between computers."
> 
> Well the XO's do have a no-standardized, closed source mesh.
> 
> IMHO more promising are 11s for linux and FreeBSD. Net FreeBSD
> (currently 8.0 RC-1) release ship 802.11s 
> 
> 2ct,
> Marten
> 
> 
> > There is a flash based demo of a mesh network between laptops, and 
> > between laptops and internet routes.
> > 
> > Hope this is helpful for someone.
> > 
> > Rob
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L. Aaron Kaplan | 6 Oct 01:17 2009

Re: [wsfii-discuss] OLPC - Factfile: XO laptop


On Oct 5, 2009, at 11:07 PM, Marten Vijn wrote:

> On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 17:18 +0100, Rob Dyke wrote:
>> See http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6679431.stm for an  
>> accessible
>> (non-ultra-geek) Factfile on the XO
>>
>> Especially interesting is the info on network connectivity: " Using
>> standard wireless protocols, the laptops are automatically able to  
>> form
>> a "mesh network" where each machine acts as both laptop and router,  
>> able
>> to pass information between computers."
>
> Well the XO's do have a no-standardized, closed source mesh.
>
> IMHO more promising are 11s for linux and FreeBSD. Net FreeBSD
> (currently 8.0 RC-1) release ship 802.11s

yes, with a whopping maximum of 32 nodes (as defined by the 80211s  
draft).

We can already do more in freifunk/funkfeuer both on layer 3 and layer  
2 meshing.

a.

---
there's no place like 127.0.0.1
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