[olsr-dev] OLSR vs. FON
Fri Jun 2 10:20:30 CEST 2006
I never ever sold and will sell any DLL's with that subject to anybody. As
pointed out earlier, I am no fan of IP autoconf.
You may try to hand over autonumbering ideas to the mobile/phone industry.
There are a lot of people who do not want to receive calls. Some of them
needs those throw-away-mobiles (to get rid of them after the criticical
application). In this cases, encoding the IMSI into the phone numbers sounds
like a good idea. No microsoft patents on that topic too ;-) Only
disadvantage are the long phone numbers. But theres upcoming ENUM as the
ultimate solution for any number related probs in the world.
P.S.: FON is not a protocol AFAIK. Wrong layer.
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> FON.com has grown very much. I think it is the same as OLSR, but only with
> a commercial aspect. It would be good, if communities could built each
> other without central registration and payment to fon.
> So I want to see OLSR growing.
> Therefore, in a big crowd, we need at least 2 main things:
> auti-ip-configuration and maybe end-to-end encryption, that some nodes do
> not manipulate or control all the other nodes. No Neighbours logging
> please, we had this in the DDR.
> Sven-Ola, you said, that you sold the meshing auto-ip dll to a company.
> Can you tell me which company this was ? was it meshnode?
> I think the management there needs a turnaround, they want to sell
> antennas, but they should give the meshing auto ip configuration DLL free
> and therefore rename the OLSR protocol to Meshnode-OLSR.
> Then the network of free and easy connecting wifi chips will grow and all
> foneros will be freifunker. In this context as well antellas and routers
> could be sold.
> Otherwise FON will build up the infrastructure.
> We need a switch from fon to freifunk, see the fon webpage, they offers
> routers for 19 euro and have as well the maps actualized and already there
> are in germany for example more foneros than freifunker.
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