Hi nico in brazil we are doing videos and preparing educational marerials with hybrid networks. When i arrive in home i can send the drafts and will be good to create a common space to share and co-create a better contents collectivly
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I just wanted to do a follow-up on the topic of knowledge sharing.
Who of you are doing courses on community connectivity?
Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
Hi all, (apologies for cross-posting)
APC is looking for a Gender and Social Impact Facilitator for Local Access
Networks Project https://www.apc.org/en/node/34224/
Please help us spread the word.
Hello, I'm new to the group. My name is Alexis Cullen, and I'm from the
USA originally, but am now living in Vanuatu & have been for the past 4
years (I was a Peace Corps Volunteer here in a remote village and my
husband and I decided to try and stay in Vanuatu rather than return to the
USA after our service, as we love it here)
I've been working for the past three years with Maewo Island and together
we've built a community network (after advocating for connectivity through
traditional routes failed). Some of our information is on this website
mtc.invanuatu.com and facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/
MaewoWifi/, but we are in dire need of updating.
I'm writing because I was hoping to find out what people were using for
dashboards to monitor their networks??
I have a friend who codes, and he created a custom solution for us. He's
planning to share it open source on Github. It pulls data from the network
through a mikrotik router & raspberry pi combo. Happy to send our
documentation to anyone who is curious.
He started helping because we use Kacific Broadband Satellite for our
backhaul and OpenDNS wouldn't work with their configurations . . .we were
trying to get access to our own data and having a really hard time. Thus
the custom script. Now we have data coming back to us, but no dashboard to
interpret the raw data. My friend was going to code this for us, but he's
flat out at the moment, busy with a lot of other projects.
I suppose my question is whether or not we reinvented the wheel with our
custom code, and what others are using to monitor their networks. Is
anyone developing any solutions that they would be willing to share with
us? We'd be so grateful!
Dr. Alan Mickelson provided me these two papers for the Global
Humanitarian Technology Conference in October.
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Date: Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 12:11 AM
Subject: [bestbits] Request of information: public wifi and personal data
To: "bestbits(a)lists.bestbits.net> <" <bestbits(a)lists.bestbits.net>
Dear members of BestBits list,
I'm not sure if you know about this, but the new mayor of São Paulo (João
Dória) wants to change the rules of the public policy that sustains open
and free Wi-Fi access in squares and public spaces. His plan is to monetize
over the metadata and personal data of those citizens that access the "open
wifi". The plan has been heavily critized by digital rights activists (see
Now the City Hall has opened a public consultation about the rules of the
partnership with the private sector.
We need urgently some good examples of other cities that implemented
partnerships with the private sector and respected privacy and personal
If you have some materials (official documents or papers that explains the
personal data protection policies in such open wi-fi initiatives), can you
please send me?
Thanks for your attention.
*Instituto Brasileiro de Defesa do Consumidor*
*Coalizão Direitos na Rede*