[Battlemesh] WBM10 in France ?
sw at simonwunderlich.de
Fri Aug 7 14:26:42 CEST 2015
its great to hear from you! We already keep in mind to have the event in Paris
reserved for you, if everything works out. :) However we first need to decide
where we got for WBMv9 next year. I'm sure the organizers of that event and
also myself will be happy to help you to make WBMv10 come true.
Thanks, hope to see you both soon!!
On Friday 07 August 2015 13:12:43 Xavier Carcelle wrote:
> Dear battlemeshers,
> the idea has been floating (not buffer floating ...) since some months
> now and neither Nico nor me could make it (overload and family issues)
> to Maribor for this current edition of the battlemesh to discuss this
> option but I wanted to raise the flag here if possible : organizing
> the 10th edition of the WBM in France and looping the event location
> back to the original place (at least country) next year.
> Of course Battlemesh has changed since the 40+ foneras1 and 2 deployed
> around the tmplab hackerspace in Paris-Vitry testing babel, batman and
> olsr at the same time using channels 1,6,11 and a simple version of
> the mass flashing tool over 24-port switches having Nico building last
> versions of package for the different routing protocols. Now
> battlemesh is not only the same root event with hands-on testing of
> different meshing protocols but also a place for community, hardware,
> regulatory, standards talks and infrastructure issues.
> At this time, we cannot confirm that we can host WBM10 in France but
> we would like to keep the option with the help of the organizing core
> team and have the next weeks to discuss the possibility with
> dates/locations. More than 80 people are attending this current
> edition and this number requires to think 100 people for 1 week with
> needed place for testbed.
> Thanks for keeping up this option and enjoy the final set of battle-meshing.
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