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From:
Aram Bartholl
Date:
2014-11-25 @ 20:47
i think most people here prolly know this project
http://www.gotenna.com/pages/how-it-works is a product, commercial, not
open source but i like, curious if they ll manage to land this thing.
(just got their newsletter again)

is there a link-list/ repository of projects from the offline-field?
should we build one?

Re: [off.networks] gotenna

From:
Matthias Strubel
Date:
2014-11-25 @ 21:09
I initiated a list about PirateBox forks (and alike) here  
http://forum.piratebox.cc/read.php?2,12569

That already contains some individual and "bigger" projects.

When we have a project website, we need a list like this :) 
... it can start with something like "off.networks associated projects: ...." 
and then we enhance it with stuff like gotenna or whatever.

Not to forget that "funny" approach from McAffee: 
http://www.cnet.com/news/john-mcafees-100-d-central-aims-to-outsmart-the-nsa/
de-central 
 mmmhh, not to mention anything beyond that point from my side.



On 11/25/2014 09:47 PM, Aram Bartholl wrote:
> i think most people here prolly know this project
> http://www.gotenna.com/pages/how-it-works is a product, commercial, not
> open source but i like, curious if they ll manage to land this thing.
> (just got their newsletter again)
> 
> is there a link-list/ repository of projects from the offline-field?
> should we build one?
> 

 

Re: [off.networks] project repository

From:
panayotis antoniadis
Date:
2014-11-25 @ 21:22

I am also collecting some links here: http://nethood.org/links.html

But it is incomplete and I have a huge list of papers/bookmarks/tweet 
favorites to parse :-)

I would be happy to work on a repository of projects since I have it for 
a long time in
my todo list. With company it will be much easier!

Perhaps to start a wikipedia page? :-)



On 25.11.2014 22:09, Matthias Strubel wrote:
> I initiated a list about PirateBox forks (and alike) here  
http://forum.piratebox.cc/read.php?2,12569
>
> That already contains some individual and "bigger" projects.
>
> When we have a project website, we need a list like this :)
> ... it can start with something like "off.networks associated projects: ...."
> and then we enhance it with stuff like gotenna or whatever.
>
> Not to forget that "funny" approach from McAffee: 
http://www.cnet.com/news/john-mcafees-100-d-central-aims-to-outsmart-the-nsa/
de-central
>   mmmhh, not to mention anything beyond that point from my side.
>
>
>
> On 11/25/2014 09:47 PM, Aram Bartholl wrote:
>> i think most people here prolly know this project
>> http://www.gotenna.com/pages/how-it-works is a product, commercial, not
>> open source but i like, curious if they ll manage to land this thing.
>> (just got their newsletter again)
>>
>> is there a link-list/ repository of projects from the offline-field?
>> should we build one?
>>
>   

Re: [off.networks] project repository

From:
Bezdomny
Date:
2014-11-26 @ 09:28
Your list of links is getting better!
What about making a ning down the road? There seems to be a large (and
increasing) number of people involved in this field.
As an example, there is this one for anthropologists:
http://openanthcoop.ning.com/

PS: what would category be on Wikipedia?

On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 11:22 PM, panayotis antoniadis <
panayotis@nethood.org> wrote:

>
>
> I am also collecting some links here: http://nethood.org/links.html
>
> But it is incomplete and I have a huge list of papers/bookmarks/tweet
> favorites to parse :-)
>
> I would be happy to work on a repository of projects since I have it for
> a long time in
> my todo list. With company it will be much easier!
>
> Perhaps to start a wikipedia page? :-)
>
>
>
> On 25.11.2014 22:09, Matthias Strubel wrote:
> > I initiated a list about PirateBox forks (and alike) here
> http://forum.piratebox.cc/read.php?2,12569
> >
> > That already contains some individual and "bigger" projects.
> >
> > When we have a project website, we need a list like this :)
> > ... it can start with something like "off.networks associated projects:
> ...."
> > and then we enhance it with stuff like gotenna or whatever.
> >
> > Not to forget that "funny" approach from McAffee:
> http://www.cnet.com/news/john-mcafees-100-d-central-aims-to-outsmart-the-nsa/
> de-central
> >   mmmhh, not to mention anything beyond that point from my side.
> >
> >
> >
> > On 11/25/2014 09:47 PM, Aram Bartholl wrote:
> >> i think most people here prolly know this project
> >> http://www.gotenna.com/pages/how-it-works is a product, commercial, not
> >> open source but i like, curious if they ll manage to land this thing.
> >> (just got their newsletter again)
> >>
> >> is there a link-list/ repository of projects from the offline-field?
> >> should we build one?
> >>
> >
>
>