I joined the list a few weeks ago, and before my first LiMe post, here's
Caimito is a community of ~40 people, with neighboring towns of ~300 and
~100, and tourists who visit. We currently have a 3 Mbps connection,
shared with the friend whose house it's in (22 km away, connected via
Ubiquiti PBE-M5-400)) and three WDR3500 routers in Caimito, all
connected by UTP cable.
I grew up near Houston, TX, USA, and now live in Caimito, Esmeraldas,
Ecuador. I met Nico, Jesi, and Gui in 2012, and this year I went back to
visit and joined AlterMundi. I have very little programming experience,
quite a bit of configuring-stuff experience, use GNU/Linux since 2011
(Manjaro at the moment), ask lots of questions, and avoid my keyboard
due to tendonitis. My focus over the years mixes computer tech,
agriculture, community self-determination, bioregionalism, permaculture,
group dynamics, ecologically-minded decision-making, raising
compassionate and critical-thinking kids.