New Research Article:
“In this paper, we propose a new adaptive channel allocation algorithm for a multi-radio multi-channel wireless mesh network.”
Hassan, W.; Farag, T. Adaptive Allocation Algorithm for Multi-Radio Multi-Channel Wireless Mesh Networks.
Future Internet 2020 , 12 , 127.
Community Networks Adapt to New Realities Under COVID: A DWeb Meetup Recap
People’s access to accurate, reliable information is always essential. Of course, it becomes ever more critical during a global pandemic like COVID. But giving people “internet access” alone is not enough. For information to be useful to...
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Colombia Case Study - Colnodo’s work piloting licensed spectrum in Buenos Aires, Cauca, Nuestra Red’s wifi work
Josephine’s paper for the paper series under African Declaration on Internet Rights & Freedoms
Miliza, J (2020 Jun 30). A provisional analysis of the impact of telecommunications
policy and regulatory frameworks in Africa and COVID-19: A community networks perspective.
Copied from the email:
"The Academy of Science of South Africa, ASSAf recently held an IID Webinar on Building Profitable and Sustainable Community Owned Connectivity Networks on 31 August.
We thought you might have an interest in the proceedings of the Webinar.
Please kindly find below the links with Presentations and Recordings to share with your Networks.
Link 1-IID Webinar-Building-Sustainable-CNs-Presentations&Audio
Link 2-IID Webinar-Building-Sustainable-CNs-Video Recording"
The Argentinian case of
AlterMundi.net has been mentioned as a case study in the A4AI Good Practices database:
APC shares a brief of the work done in the last four years in relation to Community Networks.
A story from Lilian Achom (thanks for letting us share!) on her journey with AfChix, which includes her appreciation for four women-led community networks:
-Lanet Umoja Community Network (Kenya),
-Ait Izdeg Community Network (Morocco),
-Groot-Aub Community Network (Namibia) and
-WELM@ Community Network (Senegal)
as well as links to the Women’s Connect challenge work… Also shout outs to Tunapanda and Bosco Uganda!
Connecting Bhutan’s remote locations with TV White Space
By David Dawson on 14 Oct 2020
KictaNet featured Zenzeleni work as part of a series about Community Networks.
This is part of our series of blogs onÂ Community Networks. Zenzeleni was set up in 2012 by two friends, a University of the Western Cape (UWC) doctoral student; Carlos Rey Moreno, and a local community activist; Masibulele â€˜Jayâ€™ Siya. It started...
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Expanding the telecommunications operators ecosystem: Policy and regulatory guidelines to enable local operators.
Zotero list of CN resources - curated by Eric from Wakoma:
Zenzeleni highlighted as a case study in the Prosperity Fund annual report 2019 to 2020 - UK AID:
Check out Page 27
The Toronto Mesh Community Network (where
@benhylau participates) has gone through a very interesting design process. It’s outcome is summarized in the documents and video stored here for public share: https://cloud.tomesh.net/s/b3m23t4ySET5SZW
I think it is an interesting design process that we could learn from, as it draws from many models like the canvas model, in a very direct and applied way.