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people's open 11 June 2017 - nano temescal fair report
jorrit, sierk, bullitt, grant, scott
 
  
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got a tiny table at 48th @ Telegraph with:
joorit: thought about something he didnt want to do , but did it anyway
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email signup list - 8 emails, to be added to https://actionnetwork.org/groups/peoples-open-network
sierk: no intro
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talked to HAM radio person from Hayward - he mentioned a yearly Field Test (in 2 wks from now) where all hamradio folks from Canada/US do disaster readiness training (Jorrit to follow-up)
bullit: is gonna rule te world one day
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BYOI poster got a lot of interest
grant: is taking notes...in riseuppad...all by his lonesome
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disaster ping nice to point to and talk about
scott: no not really
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a lot of interest in disaster radio (has more comprehensible application)
 
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flyer worked, something to take home or give to someone else
 
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extender node was a popular talking point
temescal street fair? 12pm to 6pm on this Sunday, June 11th.
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the MAN (Mesh Area Network) is nice way of somewhat accurately explaining the mesh (if people are familiar with LAN and WAN terms)
**do we need a table?
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got two or three people who vaguely knew the term 'mesh'
**when is setup? 11? 12?
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phone charger and solar panels were a nice touch, roped a few people in
**sign? - jorrit
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talked to geneologists(Kyrha) who travels the country in trailer, has a disaster relief certificate, could be good contact for disaster radio
**volunteers: bullitt, scott will check, grant, sierk, jorrit
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targeting cafes (internet connection too expensive, 16th St West Oakland)
**flyers or pamphlets promoting byoi - jorrit
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trouble coming across too much as an ISP (the forty guy) is there an assumption of regulation with corporations
**ask jenny about businness cards? - grant
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focus more on education and humanatarian aspects?
**disaster ping demo - grant, jorrit, bullitts raspi, scott could bring two more ESPs
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figure out how to best manage the peoplesopen mailing list at https://actionnetwork.org/groups/peoples-open-network (just invites for people to the workshop) and http://lists.sudoroom.org/listinfo/mesh (currently linked from peoplesopen.net) talk about this in Tuesday
***grant will get battery holders and AAA batteries (maybe look in sudo first)
 
***work up recipe for build your own diaster ping
 
**antennae display?
 
**crimping station?
 
**BRING THE MAP!
 
**BRING THE BYOI POSTER!
 
 
 
updates:
 
jorrit is thinking about byoi
 
 
 
bullitt emailed KPFA about putting nodes on radio towers on hill, also talked to berkeley yacht club, almar (oakland marina?), free wifi? local ISP?
 
 
 
grant wants to work on hardware throwies? has investigate battery life for esp8266, will last 3-5hrs on two AAAs, as schematic, but needs to research radio trancievers
 
 
 
jenny, bullitt, jehan, and grant tested range from lynn's place on friday, were able to reach up past the Claremont Hotel.
 

Latest revision as of 14:43, 16 August 2017

people's open 11 June 2017 - nano temescal fair report

got a tiny table at 48th @ Telegraph with: email signup list - 8 emails, to be added to https://actionnetwork.org/groups/peoples-open-network talked to HAM radio person from Hayward - he mentioned a yearly Field Test (in 2 wks from now) where all hamradio folks from Canada/US do disaster readiness training (Jorrit to follow-up) BYOI poster got a lot of interest disaster ping nice to point to and talk about a lot of interest in disaster radio (has more comprehensible application) flyer worked, something to take home or give to someone else extender node was a popular talking point the MAN (Mesh Area Network) is nice way of somewhat accurately explaining the mesh (if people are familiar with LAN and WAN terms) got two or three people who vaguely knew the term 'mesh' phone charger and solar panels were a nice touch, roped a few people in talked to geneologists(Kyrha) who travels the country in trailer, has a disaster relief certificate, could be good contact for disaster radio targeting cafes (internet connection too expensive, 16th St West Oakland) trouble coming across too much as an ISP (the forty guy) is there an assumption of regulation with corporations focus more on education and humanatarian aspects? figure out how to best manage the peoplesopen mailing list at https://actionnetwork.org/groups/peoples-open-network (just invites for people to the workshop) and http://lists.sudoroom.org/listinfo/mesh (currently linked from peoplesopen.net) talk about this in Tuesday