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CONFINE endorses the Battle of the Mesh v7

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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 place from Monday 12th till Sunday 18st of May 2014 in Leipzig, Germany at the Sublab, a very cool local hackerspace.

The CONFINE project endorses and supports the Battle of the Mesh v7 because of the efforts made by its community to advance the field of wireless mesh networking and foster the development of grassroots community networks. As last year, several members of the CONFINE team will gather at the event and present, discuss and experiment with new ideas. Above all, we are all looking forward to connect with you at this event!

The CONFINE project will support the event by:

  • help to promote the event
  • members of the CONFINE project have already confirmed their attendance
  • give talks about advancement of our community in certain aspects
  • help setting up the testbed for protocol testing with the WiBed software, and together with the Community-Lab testbed

Of course, we are available for discussions, ideas, and live tests!

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