[Olsr-users] Announcing the Wireless Battle Mesh v3.1416 (Florenville (BE), 3-4-5 Sep 2010)

Benjamin Henrion (spam-protected)
Wed Aug 4 22:10:06 CEST 2010

          Announcing the Wireless Battle Mesh v3.1416
                (Florenville (BE), 3-4-5 Sep 2010)

The Wireless Battle Mesh edition v3.1416 will be held during a 3-day
camp in Florenville, near Orval (South of Belgium).

The Wireless Battle Mesh version 3.1416 aims to test a network of 30
isolated routers with different routing protocols (OLSR, BATMAN, Babel),
in a countryside environnement (cows, trees, pastures, and forests).


Start: Friday 03 Sep @ 09:00
End: Sunday 05 Feb @ 20:00


* Setup of a testbed of 30 nodes, some of them on batteries in remote
  locations (solar and wind powered)
* Data collection, statistics and reproductibility of the experience
* Degustation of local beers

We provide

* space for your tent
* electricity
* toilets and showers
* internet connectivity

Do not forget:

* Bring your laptop/computer
* Bring your compatible router(s) with OpenWRT pre-installed
* Bring your WiFi antenna(s) and connectors
* Bring your tent and sleeping bag


We ask for a participation fee of 15EUR for the 3 days, in order to
cover the basic running costs of the event. This does not include food
nor beverages.


Henrion Benjamin
rue de Barsinvaut 16
6820 Florenville
Tel: +32-484-566109
Tel: +32-61-315211
Google Maps: http://ur1.ca/065p6
Lat/Long: 49.695821, 5.304556


Florenville is easily reachable by train (2h00 from Brussels) or by car
(1h30 from Brussels, 1h30 from Luxembourg (.lu),  more details at


Please register with an email to (spam-protected) with:
1. Name, Surname, and Nickname
2. Address and country
3. Date of arrival and departure
4. Mean of transportation


* http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV3.1416
* http://www.olsr.org
* http://www.pps.jussieu.fr/~jch/software/babel/
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B.A.T.M.A.N.


Benjamin Henrion
Email: (spam-protected)
GSM: +32-484-566109
Tel: +32-61-315211
IRC: zoobab on Freenode

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