[Battlemesh] Wireless Battle Mesh v6 - Call for Talks Announcement
nemesis at ninux.org
Wed Mar 6 14:16:09 CET 2013
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Il 03/04/2013 07:12 PM, Roger Baig Viñas ha scritto:
> Hi again,
> Can you all help spreading the call to the communities (community
> networks, routing protocols developers, firmwares developers, etc.)
> you belong to? A mail to submission_at_battlemesh.org reporting which
> communities you have contact will be appreciated ;-)
> Thanks for contributing!
> On 4 March 2013 18:44, Roger Baig Viñas <roger.baig at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Wireless Battle Mesh v6 - Call for Talks Announcement
>> Any progress, idea, project, etc. to be presented to the Community
>> Networks? Lucky you! Wireless Battle Mesh v6 (WBMv6) is at hand and
>> it's time to bring together the agenda. Following the approach of
>> arranging the agenda beforehand started in v4 and continued in v5, we
>> open the proposals submission period.
>> Types of Talks
>> Whatever suits you the best: presentation, workshop, panel, demo, etc.
>> Despite the WBM running routing protocols in its veins, we also
>> welcome proposals unrelated to routing protocols as long as you think
>> they are of the interest to Community Networks enthusiasts. Obviously,
>> proposals related to routing protocols have higher priority in case of
>> an excess of proposals.
>> Previous years' agenda also should be able to provide some insights:
>> To allow an efficient handling of your submission, please provide the
>> following information and send them in form of an email to the
>> Contacts section e-mail address:
>> your name
>> the type of your slot (talk/workshop/panel discussion/lightening talk)
>> your topic headline
>> your topic description which can brief (does not need to exceed a
>> couple of lines) but should provide a reasonable summary of your talk
>> the dates of your stay at the event + (optional) preferred day for your slot
>> length of the slot if you wish to do a workshop (all other slots
>> will be limited to one hour)
>> We kindly request to be respectful with the deadlines for the good of all.
>> Submissions are accepted until and including the 1st of April. The
>> final program will be made available in the aforementioned wiki during
>> the first week of April. Any disagreement with the proposed final
>> program must be discussed in the WBM mailing list.
>> Lighting Talks
>> Everyone missing the submission deadline still has the opportunity to
>> apply for a lighting talk slot. Lighting talk slots are 7 minutes
>> long, with 3 extra minutes for questions and comments. Slides must be
>> submitted to the Contacts section e-mail address in form of PDF file.
>> Slots will be allocated according to the reception sequence.
>> Submission period starts on the 15th of April at 9:00
>> Please, send your proposals or specific questions at:
>> submissions at battlemesh.org For general questions use the WBM mailing
>> list (see below)
>> About the Wireless Battle Mesh
>> The Wireless Battle of the Mesh is an event that aims at bringing
>> together people from across Europe to test the performance of
>> different routing protocols for ad-hoc networks, like Babel,
>> B.A.T.M.A.N., BMX6, OLSR, 802.11s and Static Routing.
>> It is a tournament with a social character. If you are a mesh
>> networking enthusiast, community networking activist, or have an
>> interest in mesh networks you might want to check this out !
>> The goal of the Wireless Battle Mesh events is to set-up hands-on
>> testbed for each available mesh routing protocol with a standard test
>> procedure for the different mesh networks. During the different WBM
>> events, similar hardware and software configuration will be used based
>> on the OpenWRT Board-Support-Package and packages for each protocol
>> implementation. The WBM events are also a great opportunity to develop
>> testing tools for PHY/MAC radio layers (drivers, scripts and PHY
>> analyzers) .
>> If you want to know who is behind the WBM you should visit AboutUs
>> The Wireless Battle Mesh Mailing List
>> The mailing list is the main communication channel to organise the
>> Wireless Battle Mesh events. You can subscribe it at the following
>> Federico and Roger
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