[Interop-dev] domain name / project name
Fri Apr 13 18:54:25 CEST 2012
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Mi name is NicoEchániz, this is my first post to the list, so I'll add
a (brief?) intro.
********** INTRO, please skip it if you find it long to read **********
I've been doing free-network stuff for a while (around 10 years now). I
started in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I built one of the first nodes
I was the coordinator of the first JRRL (Free Networks Regional
Meeting), where Ramón Roca (from guifi.net) was our guest keynote and
members from Latin American networks intentionally gathered for the
first time. I've been very active in the formulation of the Free
I'm now living in a small town in Córdoba province where we are
building a new network: QuintanaLibre.org.ar. It's an ad-hoc mesh
using batman advanced for dynamic routing.
You may find information here (spanish but g.translator might help):
And some pictures from the kickstart event (QuintanaCamp) here:
QuintanaLibre.org is the first experimental implementation of a low cost
design for mesh networks that we intend to re-use in hundreds of
small towns around the country, in colaboration with the national
Ministry of Education, through the Arraigo Digital plan.
On another note, I work as a software developer for Código Sur
where my main task is the development of Cyclope, a Django based
CMS designed for social organizations and movements.
Now... about the name for the interop project I've proposed one (in
the Titan Board, as suggested by Mario): FreeNetStack
According to what I've read, what we will be building is a complete
software stack for Free Networks, with modules for mapping (GIS),
monitorization, deployment (node configuration), management and
more... hence the name proposal.
I've long dreampt of a tighter collaboration between free networks
from South and North of the globe so I'll be participating in this
process with enthusiasm.
English (work in progress) translation:
On 04/13/2012 12:46 AM, Mario Behling wrote:
> how about a few more people add their name to their favourites and
> then we find consensus on the mainlinglist?
> As explanation about the vote: As mentioned by Federico in
> previous mails, the vote thing was more intended to get an idea (or
> rough consensus) of what we want. I did not explain, but personally
> I never intended to have a majority vote. I am for rough consensus.
> So, I see that Aaron is partly right - there is a rough consensus,
> but on the other hand I think the process had not ended as Mitar
> points out.
> While it is not the most important question for the future of this
> project, the questions is still: What name can be agreed on?
> (Actually it is not so much effort to go the step to the end and
> decide. So, let's do it.)
> About the discussion apart from that, I am a bit confused, cause I
> had thought in Athens consensus was also to create something new
> and that is why also a new name quest was proposed. I understood
> for example that people were looking for a new name and nodeshot or
> nodewatcher was not a name option, cause it was a project of one
> community. Personally I do not care. Nevertheless, it is a bit
> strange if their is consensus and then, afterwards, we start again
> from the beginning leaving out a previous decision.
> Anyways, so what name do you want, please leave your name in the
> Titanpad for a final round (which I propose, but you can propse
> s.th. different if you think it is better). Then, the left over two
> or three main option can be decided here. Do you agree?
> - Mario
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 5:24 AM, Mitar <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>>> I prefer to simply have rough consensus (which I for sure saw
>>> already by the voting) and proceed.
>> A tie in voting (if we check the votes you were looking at and
>> not the ones Mario proposed once there was a tie) is a rough
>> consensus for you?
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