On 04/17/2017 04:10 PM, Daniel Golle wrote:
p4u mentioned that there is interest in a hackathon for the next
libremesh release. at first i was sceptical whether this would be a
good idea (because i just came back to leipzig myself and things
weren't as comfortable as i was hoping). however i can now officially
invite you because everybody here likes the idea. you will have choice
between spaces with all sorts of possible test-deployments which will
be thankful. one new and pretty large trailerspace now got VDSL with
50MBit/s and they need to distribute the available bandwidth in a
quite large space and among quite a number of people. they also got
a building on the which can host all of us and provide useful working
space (electricity and, as i mentioned, bandwidth :)
anyway: if this is desired, i'll need to know the exact timeframe and
number of people to expect asap to go to the affected assemblies and
reserve the space for us. it'd also be nice to put a mixed agenda
which would also involve some talks and workshop with a general
audience (think: people who might have heard about freifunk but have no
idea about the details as well as folks interested in deployment skills
and maybe even developers, but that'd definitely be a minority).
and a decent release party :)
let me know what you think!
Hey Daniel, that's great news!
We were quite disappointed last time we talked about this as we had big
expectations to do this Hackaton in Leipzig and canceling that option
From this end (Latin America), we will be trying to host a parallel
Hackaton in Argentina at the same time that the one in Europe takes place.
We still don't know the exact dates but we will communicate the possible
options as soon as we can. The idea is to discuss this once we know "for
sure" when the first LibreRouter prototypes batch will be available. We
are in the process of reviewing the board schematics, so the moment is