El 26/10/13 04:42, Isaac Wilder escribió:
I've edited the first few paragraphs. Will do
I made quite a lot of changes to make it flow better, but it's all
up for discussion. Take a look and let me know if you like the direction.
Great Isaac, I'm liking it :)
Bear in mind that evaluators will be mostly specialists and so we should
try to keep it real in the analysis and the promises. I only edited:
"Even with this intervention, current *mesh* network tools are reaching
the limits of their scalability." ... adding "mesh", because I guess
people from existing big networks could argue their intervention is
still pushing the limits further :)
Tomorrow I'm planning to write something for "Concept and objectives",
"Overall strategy of the work plan" and "Impact".
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 05:08:47PM +0200, Nicolás
> Hi all,
> I know some of you are skeptic about presenting projects to CONFINE, but
> I believe, from what I've been able to talk to different people involved
> that we have a chance with libre-mesh.
> I have already agreed with the head of the Networking department at the
> Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (a reowned University in Argentina) to
> present the proposal from their institution. I've also checked that
> Argentina is one of the eligible countries, according to:
> I've also confirmed that the closing date will (most likely) be extended.
> So... I've started writing a proposal in this pad:
> (only the abstract is written so far, the rest is just the template)
> I'm working on this with Daniel Britos, from the UNC, but I've been
> thinking that others on the list might have some time to help, specially
> Isaac :)
> I want to have a good head-start during the next few days and I plan to
> finish it during the first days of our return to Argentina (although I
> need to confirm the CONFINE closing date).
> Ok... so that's the plan, anyone who wants to help is welcome.
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