Re: [gaia] Community Network Manual

Jon Crowcroft <jon.crowcroft@cl.cam.ac.uk> Mon, 03 December 2018 14:54 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] Community Network Manual
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a fantastic resource!
On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 2:11 PM <LB@lucabelli.net> wrote:
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> Dear colleagues,
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> I think the members of this list might be interested in the release of “The Community Network Manual: How to Build the Internet Yourself”, which is published in partnership by FGV, ITU and ISOC and is the 2018 outcome of the IGF Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity (DC3)
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> The Community Network Manual features a series of analyses providing guidance on how to build Community Networks and how to make them scalable, sustainable and law-compliant. The volume was launched at the IGF during the DC3 Session: When the Unconnected Build Connectivity
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> Here is URL to freely download the volume http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/dspace/handle/10438/25696
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> FYI, this is the third volume of a trilogy. Previous DC3 reports were dedicated, in 2017, to “Community networks: the Internet by the people, for the people” and, in 2016, to “Community Connectivity: Building the Internet from Scratch”. All volumes are freely available, under Creative Commons License.
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> Below you will find the table of contents as well as the early praise by Bruno Ramos (ITU) and Andrew Sullivan (ISOC)
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> Feel free to share this email through your networks
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> Best regards
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> Luca
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> “Community networks represent a valuable alternative model that deserves to be explored to improve access to Information and Communication Technologies to underserved communities worldwide. ITU is committed to connecting the entire world’s people and this book and the work of the UN IGF Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity offer inspiring and transparent guidance to foster digital inclusion.”
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> Bruno Ramos, Director for the Americas Regional Office of the International Telecommunication Union
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> “Community Networks offer a credible solution for building a digital future that puts people first. This volume is a testament to the excellent work of the IGF Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity. It is a long-awaited guide that will allow many to participate in the Internet’s evolution, building an Internet for everyone..”
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> Andrew Sullivan President and Chief Executive Officer of the Internet Society
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> CONTENT
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> PREFACE by Bruno Ramos................................................................................................................................ 9
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> ABOUT THE AUTHORS......................................................................................................................................... 13
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> 1 Community Networks: Bridging Digital Divides through the Enjoyment of Network Self-determination...................................................... 23
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> Luca Belli
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> PART I: How to Build your Community Network..................................................................... 41
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> 2 Building Community Wireless Networks: A How-to Guide for the Curious................................................................................................................................ 43
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> Steven Mansour and Sascha Meinrath
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> 3 Building Community LTE Networks with CoLTE....................................... 75
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> Spencer Sevilla, Pathirat Kosakanchit, Matthew Johnson and Kurtis Heimerl
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> 4 The MAZI Toolkit for Do-It-Yourself Networking....................................... 103
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> Harris Niavis, Stavroula Maglavera, Aris Dadoukis and John Mavridis
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> 5 LibreRouter: the Hardware and Software Platform for
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> Community Networking........................................................................................................ 119
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> Nicolas Echániz and Florencia López Pezé
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> PART II: Scalable, Sustainable and Law-compliant Community Networks.......... 131
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> 6 Multiple Dimensions of Community Network Scalability................... 133
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> Roger Baig Viñas, Leandro Navarro and Ramon Roca i Tió
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> 7 Federating Community Networks:
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> A Case-study from France................................................................................................. 159
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> Félix Tréguer
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> 8 Fostering Sustainability of Community Networks:
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> Guidelines to Respect the European Legal Framework..................... 177
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> Virginie Aubrée and Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay
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> 9 Complementary Networks Meet Complementary Currencies:
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> Guifi.net Meets Sardex.net ............................................................................................... 189
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> Panayotis Antoniadis, Jens Martignoni, Leandro Navarro and Paolo Dini
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> 10 What Could Blockchain do for Community Networks......................... 223
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> Panayotis Antoniadis and Jens Martignoni
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> 11 DECLARATION ON COMMUNITY CONNECTIVITY........................................................ 248
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> Luca Belli, PhD
> Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School
> Chercheur Associé, Centre de Droit Public Comparé, Université Paris 2
> www.internet-governance.fgv.br
> @1lucabelli
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