[Make-wifi-fast] [Babel-users] Osijek, Otvorena Mreža, MeshPoint
emekamicro at gmail.com
Thu May 3 01:00:59 EDT 2018
Thanks so much for your mail. I have checked out the included linkes.
Signed up at https://chat.wlan-si.net/. I have visited your github repo.
I will go through you paper and also survey what it would take to setup a
*What is your specialty? Do you know Python and Django?*
I am currently learning network , and network technologies. I have not
specialized in anything just actively learning the diverse ecosystem.
I have used Python in the past, but I didn't do much with it. However it is
among the language I have to learn this year. And this would be an added
advantage to start off getting back to it. I have not really done much with
Django, but I will get off soon. I will be studying your code base and
asking questions in the forum .
Once again thank you, and thank you so much.
On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 6:57 PM, Valent Turkovic <valent at otvorenamreza.org>
> Hi Emeka,
> On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 10:54 PM, Emeka <emekamicro at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Valent,
> > This is a great project and you have achieved so much already. You
> > that your project is open source, I am wondering if there is a public
> Yes, of course there is a public codebase;
> You can also test how everything works on our live "cloud" webapp -
> > codebase. You mentioned that you used VPN, which one? Is there any
> form of
> > de-centralised system ?
> Unfortunately we used wiki on Wlan Slovenia who are currently having
> issues, and are offline until we migrate them somewhere else...
> But best documentation so fat regarding MeshPoint and whole system was
> done on last year's Hackaday prize:
> > And why having only 450 users par MeshPoint. Is it possible to see the
> > of your hardward?
> You can see it on hackaday webpage. We are currently working on
> nextgeneration of MeshPoint, it is still in planning stage so we don't
> have specs to share for it.
> > I would like to learn, and if you won't mine.
> Of course, but best way to learn is to get your hands dirty :)
> Setup one node and get to know how whole system works. I would also
> suggest that you jump in either of our chat rooms:
> What is your specialty? Do you know Python and Django?
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