Hi good people of Librerouter,
I'm founder of MeshPoint - humanitarian open source wifi router
I saw on your blog that you have made your first pcb and that you are
doing first field tests. This is awesome!
My team and I would be very interested in testing your pcb and then
seeing if it makes sense for next version of MeshPoint. Currently we
use pcb radio boards from TP-LINK CPE210 devices.
We are also looking into making our own PCB boards, so is makes sense
to cooperate on this.
Under which open hardware licence have you released LibreRouter? Are
pcb schematics publicly available?
Does Librerouter pcb support POE in and POE passtrough?
Is it possible to buy or borrow few prototype boards for testing?
I forward from NetCommons a survey on which legal problems you
encountered while participating in a community network.
You can participate on this page:
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We kindly invite you to participate in the Survey on legal obligations
of Community Networks which is part of the research of the netCommons
netCommons (http://netcommons.eu/) is a research project supported by
the European Commission (2016-2018), which proposes a trans-disciplinary
methodology to study and support the development of local network
internet infrastructures as commons, for resiliency, sustainability,
democracy, privacy, self-determination, and social integration.
You are being invited to take part in this research study because we
identified your organization as a key player in this field.
The goal of this online survey is to assess how the European legal
framework is actually applied by CNs. The results of this survey will
serve as a basis for creating /Guidelines for Community Networks to deal
with legal issues./
As the survey concerns legal obligations, we would be very glad if the
person(s) dealing with legal issues in your CN could answer the questions.
*Participation is anonymous*. You will not be asked your personal
information. We will only use your answers.
If you are willing to accept our invitation, you can take part in the
survey via an online platform:
The survey, which should take between 20 and 30 minutes, will be open
_until October 10_.
Thank you very much for your participation!
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Federica Giovanella - University of Trento
For further information, please contact Federica