The draft report is open for comment here: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/newsroom/broadband_review_draft From the report: “Our most surprising and significant finding is that ‘open access’ policies—unbundling, bitstream access, collocation requirements, wholesaling, and/or functional separation—are almost universally understood as having played a core role in the first generation transition to broadband [dial-up to broadband] in most of the high […]
252 pictures from the Nepal Wireless Workshop, September 2009, are now available here – a detailed report soon to be available.
Wireless Networking in the Developing World is a free book about designing, implementing, and maintaining low-cost wireless networks. Since 2008, WNDW.net has served over two million downloads of the book! WNDW is available for free in seven languages. If you haven’t checked it out already, download a copy for yourself.
On freifunk and community networking, in german: http://blog.freifunk.net/2009/freifunk-afrika-ein-interview-mit-sebastian-b%C3%BCttrich-von-wirelessdk
The book WNDW is now in print in 6 languages! English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, and now Indonesian. Here’s a picture of 5 out of 6 versions wndw in 5 languages Read more: http://wndw.net http://wirelessU.org
A workshop on (not only) wireless networking in Pokhara, Sept 14-24, organized by WirelessU NSRC ISOC NepalWireless brings together about 30 participants from a.o. the Nepal Wireless villages, the Nepal NREN, ISOC Nepal, supporters and activists. The first 5 days will be classroom/lab training, followed by deployments in 2-3 villages. The workshop aims at preparing […]
This project is already a bit older – it was implemented in October 2008. But on the occasion of presenting it at the ICTP Wireless School, and because i feel honoured to have been able to be part of it – here s a presentation of it – pictures mostly, but with many links for […]
South African communications regulator (ICASA) confiscating social entrepreneur Dabba’s WiFi equipment – Media Coverage
Here is a link collection regarding the case of South African communications regulator (ICASA) having sent their enforcers in to confiscate social entrepreneur Dabba’s WiFi equipment. Village Telco Google Group Thread on Dabba Wifi Confiscation —- Dabba’s site: http://www.dabba.co.za/ —- Steve Song writes at Many Possibilities blog, 18 February 2009: http://manypossibilities.net/2009/02/icasa-stealing-from-aids-orphans/ —- Technology news site […]« go back