The 3rd Workshop on Community Networks and Bottom-up-Broadband (CNBuB) took place in Larnaca, Cyprus, the 8th of October 2014. 6 scientific papers were presented on different areas of research, ranging from networking to applications, from Internet architectures at the last mile to federation. The workshop helped to present several community network topics to the audience, […]
We presented Community-Lab in the 2nd meeting of the IRTF GAIA WG in Cambridge, October 20-21, 2014. A complete session of three presentations was dedicated to community networks: The Community-Lab testbed, the Guifi.net community network, and clouds in community networks.
Community-Lab is part of the Fed4FIRE federated testbeds. As part of that there’s a call to fund experiments from SME (typically European but other countries may apply). See below. You can get up to 25,000 € with a quite lightweight application.
2ndFed4FIRE competitive call for SME Experimenters – An instrument for SME’s to get involved […]
We presented in GECON 2014 a paper on the participatory analysis in Guifi, in order to raise a discussion on how community clouds need to be designed regarding their economic and social components. You can find our paper […]
We participate in the Fed4FIRE-GENI Reseach Experiment Summit (FGRE 2014) to learn in hands-on sessions the tools and testbed facilities available through the Fed4FIRE project. Community-Lab has adopted SFA and is one of the testbeds integrated in Fed4FIRE. Fed4FIRE users can chose Community-Lab through tools like jFed.
3rd CNBuB in Larnaca, Cyprus, October 8th, 2014
We organize the third edition of the CNBuB workshop.
Again co-located with WiMob, it will take place in Larnaca, Cyprus, October 8th, 2014.
The CfP of CNBuB has been extended regarding the topics related to clouds in community networks, especially:
Clouds for community networks Interoperation of […]
The Wireless Battle of the Mesh is an event that aims to bring together people from across the globe to test the performance of different routing protocols for ad-hoc networks, like Babel, B.A.T.M.A.N., BMX6, OLSR, and 802.11s. Of course, new protocols (working on OpenWRT ) are always welcome!
This year the even will take […]