The netCommons.eu research project has finished and one of its final outputs will be an accessible book on CNs written with the "booksprint" methodology over a week at Vic in Catalonia, the birthplace of guifi.net.
It was first submitted as a project report and will soon be published by APC as a normal book in the coming months.
Before starting the copy-editing process, the editors (Felix Treguer and Melanie Du Long de Rosnay) thought to give a chance to the overall community
to review the draft.
Significant changes cannot be made at this time, but it would be very much appreciated if you could:
- spot possible factual mistakes, or
- suggest to add a missing reference, a definition, an appendix
- possibly propose a short story (but be sure to speak to the editors first),
- last but not least: suggest a better title for the book
The deadline for your feedback/input is March 13th.
The book was initially co-written on google docs (sorry :-)), transferred to LaTeX, and back to google doc (with some problems) here:
Thanks in advance!
On behalf of the booksprint team,
my understanding is that the Maori were granted 2G spectrum some years
back but more recently when they requested the same for 4G they were
told either no or wait and that has not been resolved to this day.
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> Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2019 18:19:23 -0400
> From: Steve Song <steve(a)villagetelco.org>
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> This is an interesting piece on a Maori claim of spectrum sovereignty going
> back 10 years
> Cheers... Steve