Re: [gaia] Community Network Manual

Alejandro Acosta <alejandroacostaalamo@gmail.com> Tue, 04 December 2018 15:37 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] Community Network Manual
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Thanks for sharing !


El 4/12/18 a las 03:01, Mallory Knodel escribió:
> Hi,
>
> The link in the email didn't work for me, but I found it here:
> http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/dspace/bitstream/handle/10438/25696/The%20community%20network%20manual%20-%20how%20to%20build%20the%20internet%20yourself.pdf
>
> -Mallory
>
> On 03/12/2018 17:11, LB@lucabelli.net wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>>
>> I think the members of this list might be interested in the release of
>> “*The Community Network Manual: How to Build the Internet Yourself*
>> <https://email07.godaddy.com/%20http:/bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/dspace/handle/10438/25696%20>”,
>> which is published in partnership by FGV <https://portal.fgv.br/en>, ITU
>> <https://www.itu.int/en/Pages/default.aspx> and ISOC
>> <https://www.internetsociety.org/> and is the 2018 outcome of the IGF
>> Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity (DC3)
>>
>> 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
>> <https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2018-dc-community-connectivity-when-the-unconnected-build-connectivity-dc3>*
>>
>> Here is URL to freely download the volume
>> http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/dspace/handle/10438/25696
>>
>> 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 <http://communityconnectivity.xyz/>*” and, in 2016, to
>> “*Community Connectivity: Building the Internet from Scratch
>> <https://bit.ly/2gZB2kn>*”. All volumes are freely available, under
>> Creative Commons License.
>>
>> Below you will find the table of contents as well as the early praise by
>> Bruno Ramos (ITU) and Andrew Sullivan (ISOC)
>>
>> Feel free to share this email through your networks
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>> Luca
>>
>> /“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.” /
>>
>> Bruno Ramos, Director for the Americas Regional Office of the
>> International Telecommunication Union
>>
>> /“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..” /
>>
>> Andrew Sullivan President and Chief Executive Officer of the Internet
>> Society
>>
>> CONTENT
>>
>> PREFACE /by Bruno
>> Ramos/................................................................................................................................
>> 9
>>
>> ABOUT THE
>> AUTHORS.........................................................................................................................................
>> 13
>>
>> *1 *Community Networks: Bridging Digital Divides through the Enjoyment
>> of Network
>> Self-determination...................................................... 23
>>
>> /Luca Belli /
>>
>> PART I: How to Build your Community
>> Network.....................................................................
>> 41
>>
>> *2 *Building Community Wireless Networks: A How-to Guide for the
>> Curious................................................................................................................................
>> 43
>>
>> /Steven Mansour /and /Sascha Meinrath /
>>
>> *3 *Building Community LTE Networks with
>> CoLTE....................................... 75
>>
>> /Spencer Sevilla/, /Pathirat Kosakanchit/, /Matthew Johnson /and /Kurtis
>> Heimerl /
>>
>> *4 *The MAZI Toolkit for Do-It-Yourself
>> Networking....................................... 103
>>
>> /Harris Niavis/, /Stavroula Maglavera/, /Aris Dadoukis /and /John Mavridis /
>>
>> *5 *LibreRouter: the Hardware and Software Platform for
>>
>> Community
>> Networking........................................................................................................
>> 119
>>
>> /Nicolas Echániz /and /Florencia López Pezé /
>>
>> PART II: Scalable, Sustainable and Law-compliant Community
>> Networks.......... 131
>>
>> *6 *Multiple Dimensions of Community Network
>> Scalability................... 133
>>
>> /Roger Baig Viñas/, /Leandro Navarro /and /Ramon Roca i Tió /
>>
>> *7 *Federating Community Networks:
>>
>> A Case-study from
>> France.................................................................................................
>> 159
>>
>> /Félix Tréguer /
>>
>> *8 *Fostering Sustainability of Community Networks:
>>
>> Guidelines to Respect the European Legal Framework..................... 177
>>
>> /Virginie Aubrée /and /Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay /
>>
>> *9 *Complementary Networks Meet Complementary Currencies:
>>
>> Guifi.net Meets Sardex.net
>> ...............................................................................................
>> 189
>>
>> /Panayotis Antoniadis/, /Jens Martignoni/, /Leandro Navarro /and /Paolo
>> Dini /
>>
>> *10 *What Could Blockchain do for Community
>> Networks......................... 223
>>
>> /Panayotis Antoniadis /and /Jens Martignoni /
>>
>>  
>>
>> 11 DECLARATION ON COMMUNITY
>> CONNECTIVITY........................................................ 248
>>
>>  
>>
>>  
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> *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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