I have already added LAC members of the Council to the list.
Anyone else willing to join please use the link.
We will be coordinating the LAC meeting through that list and Mattermost
channel with the same name: LAC.
On 08/29/2018 06:35 AM, Jenny Ryan wrote:
People's Open Network <https://peoplesopen.net>
/Building a community-owned and -operated wireless network in Oakland,
On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 12:08 AM Jaspreet Singh <jassi2713(a)gmail.com
Grammarg, Electrical Engg Dept
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On Tue, Aug 28, 2018 at 8:56 PM Gio <gio(a)diveni.re
On Tuesday, 28 August 2018 01:19:31 CEST Karla Velasco wrote:
I think the idea of having a list in Spanish/Portuguese sounds
Karla Velasco Ramos
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On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 5:10 PM Jesica
> It would be important for me, individually and as a member
> The use of Spanish was very decisive to
quickly prepare the
> we sent to BtN. If we had done it in
English, we would not
> on time.
> Anyway, it would be good to have one o more people who are
> retransmitting what happens there
periodically, to keep us
> Sería muy importante para mi, individualmente y como
> El uso de español fue decisivo para preparar rápidamente el
> presentamos en BtN. En inglés no hubiéramos
entregado a tiempo.
> De todas maneras, sería bueno que haya quien o quienes se
> retransmitir lo que allí pase
mantenernos a todos al
> El 26/08/18 a las 12:19, Nicolás Echániz escribió:
> Hi all,
> During the planning of the meeting in Buenos Aires, we have
> through informal channels with people who
are starting to
> community networks in Latin America, in
order to invite them
> event in September.
> Two factors have led to the idea that regional CNSIG mailing
> be useful:
> 1) the language barrier. Many projects don't have fluent english
> speakers among their members.
> 2) project maturity: an increasing number of projects are
> starting their journey in community
> This led to the idea that a CNSIG-LAC mailing list with
> spanish/portuguese as main languages would allow connecting
> as well as serving as a seedbed (is that the
correct term for
> "semillero"?) for groups that could be part of the Council
> Regional lists would opens up the opportunity for cases such as
> Tunapanda (Africa) and other projects that have already
> interest in joining the SIG, to join first
in their regional
> later on apply for the Council when the time
> I would like to know your opinions on this.
> I'm only proposing to open the LAC regional list in this
> thread, but if other members wish to propose
> > lists, go ahead and open other decision threads :)
> > Cheers!
> > Nico