[Battlemesh] Efharisto and follow-ups (WiMOB2012)

Leandro Navarro leandro at pangea.org
Tue Apr 10 21:02:54 CEST 2012


Dear all, it was amazing to be at the warm-up event will all of you. The
people from Sarantaporo and the organizers did an excellent work and I
was really impressed about how the village was involved in the event and
his friendliness. Unforgettable !

Regarding WiMob 2012 you will find more info at:
http://research.ac.upc.edu/CNBuB2012/

I think it as an opportunity to establish links with some people in the
academic community that may be fruitful for both sides.
The Battlemesh paper doesn't have to be long or "smell" academic :-), a
3-4 pages paper might be enough. It depends what you want to show. For
instance explaining how the Battlemesh works, what kind of
tests/deployments you think are useful/representative, a critique on the
usefulness of smaller scale or other type of typical experiments, a list
of what you think are hot or open topics in Manet networks, etc.

If you work on the text we can help with the formatting (Latex template).

Registration to the event for you (non academics) will be low cost (the
cost of the coffee break that will be served). Depending on the
participation we can organize a panel discussion from people from both
"worlds". It could be fun and instructive :-)

The days after this workshop there is the WiMob conference (academic):
http://conferences.computer.org/wimob2012/
and the days just before we will have the "International Summit for
Community Wireless Networks" http://wirelesssummit.org/ organized by
Guifi.net with support from UPC, the New America Foundation, etc.

All the best, Leandro.

On 04/04/2012 09:44 AM, Xavier Carcelle wrote:
> Dear greek organizers, and fellow hidden organizers,
>
> I wanted to add my thanks to the crew/team/people organizing this new
> battlemesh in Sarantaporo/Athens and I enjoyed visiting the "meshed"
> villages being hosted at the local people houses and share
> mesh-network visions and implementations.
>
> Long time since we organized the first event in Paris (@ tmplab) w/
> Nico with a stack of foneras/wrt54g running around the building (that
> some of you know) to configure manually the nodes and now more than 60
> people gathering around this event to make it both "hands-on" and
> "discussions/talks" about the current/future implementations of the
> wireless mesh-mode and this time one whole week (I could attend only
> the warm-up that was already warm and nerdy!)
>
> To keep w/ the energy of the event, there is 2 follow-ups that we were
> discussing in Greece (among many others...) :
>
> 1/where should be the next battlemesh and did you guys discuss the
> location/team for the next event ?
>
> 2/WiMob 2012 paper submission for "battlemesh"
> Leandro Navarro Moldes [1] (Professor @ Universitat Polit├Ęcnica de
> Catalunya) came to us during the warm-up and was bringing the
> idea/motivation of bridging a little more the battlemesh community and
> the academic people and proposed that we could submit a "group paper"
> to the WiMob conference [2] (Oct 8/9/10 2012 in Barcelona) about the
> battlemesh. The submission deadline for this 4pages paper is May 16th,
> 2012 and we could do a group editing and sign it as "battlemesh
> {people ,organization, ...}" basically explaining, summarizing the
> things done during this past 5 WBM and the spirit of this event as we
> discuss it on a different thread.
> => we could start this paper group editing in the coming weeks if
> agreed and have some draft ready for submission that people could
> present during the conference.
> What do you think about this idea ?
>
> Again many Efharistos to the greek organizers and people preparing
> this event in the previous months to make it happen!
>
> Xavier_
>
> [1] http://people.ac.upc.edu/leandro/
> [2] http://www.wikicfp.com/cfp/servlet/event.showcfp?eventid=20089&copyownerid=23783
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