[Olsr-users] Hello from Pirate Party Sweden
Wed Nov 3 20:53:59 CET 2010
hmm as you send up only 1 baloon, i don`t exactly see your need for an mesh
routing protocol like olsrd,..
(olsrd usually just talks/interoperate with other olsrd nodes (and then
calculates optimal routing), ..
but is does not talk/interoperate not with any wifi network it finds,..)
it would be different if you would send up hundreds of baloons, or have
already a wireless mesh on the ground,.. *G
On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 8:37 PM, Erik Lönroth <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> I would like to say hello to the list and introduce myself. Excuse me
> for taking up your time.
> I'm a local activist in the Swedish Pirate Party in a small town in
> Sweden called Södertälje.
> I'm currently involved in a project that aims to send up a baloon with
> a wifi router (openWRT) as high up in the atmosphere as possible. The
> wifi-router will have a somewhat better antenna to test how far
> connectivity can be achieved.
> The second goal for this baloon is be modified to survive for a very
> long time, fully operational on its own, powered by solar panels and
> drifting by the wind only.
> On-board, we are currently investigating the olsrd software as coming
> along, aswell as a small website. The intention is to provide a
> network connection to all that can reach the baloon with wifi.
> Ideally, "the baloon" also provides "old internet" access but we don't
> know currently if this is achievable by the use of olrsd. We haven't
> tried out olsr out enough yet to know exactly how this could be done.
> Anyway, if you think that this is something interesting. We are happy
> to get in contact with people that are experienced in setting up olsrd
> in such a way that it is easy to let users (novice ones) join it with
> as little effort as possible.
> Thanx for your time! Hope to hear from you.
> Olsr-users mailing list
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