This is an especially important meeting.
Please post this notice to all interested friends and related lists.
When: TONIGHT!! Wed. June 29th, 2005 at 7:15 PM
Where: Bway.net, 459 Broadway at Grand St., 2nd Floor.
- NYCwireless Connected Neighborhoods by Dana Spiegel & Joe Plotkin
- WifiDog demo: a tool for managing wireless networks, by Rob Kelley (and friends)
- WirelessLondon: A software toolkit by Jo Walsh (no, not that Joe Walsh)
- Breakout sessions: small group discussions follow the presentations, from Novice to Advanced.
Announcing: NYCwireless Connected Neighborhood Initiative
Presentation by Dana Spiegel (Executive Director) and Joe Plotkin (Board member)
We will present NYCwireless’ plans to help under-served communities by building Open Community Networks. Expanding on the success of the three Community Access projects over the last 2 years., this will be a much more ambitious effort, and require substantial financial support thru donations.
The NYCwireless Connected Neighborhood initiative will serve to demonstrate that we all benefit when all citizens are connected. Consequently, we intend Connected Neighborhoods to act as a model and catalyst for widespread participation by government, community groups and citizens of all ages.
NYCwireless will introduce our Inaugural Open Community Network, and outline the deployment plans as well as the tools and training that will be part of this project.
Topics covered will include:
http://map.wirelesslondon.info is the thing we’ve just built which has wifidog-client support and provides a fair bit to look at…
http://mappinghacks.com has a pile of links to the geospatial oriented stuff we’ve done lately
A chance to review WiFiDog in action–client and server–and then test out creating your own WiFiDog hotspot. There’s a five minute demo and then a working session after the presentations.