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If you are interested in becoming a part of the network, you can add yourself to [[nodes]]. Then you might want to join our mailinglist, wireless@subsignal.org. Send an empty mail to wireless-subscribe@subsignal.org. Meetings are organized sporadically on an unregular basis, and announced over the mailinglist.
 
If you are interested in becoming a part of the network, you can add yourself to [[nodes]]. Then you might want to join our mailinglist, wireless@subsignal.org. Send an empty mail to wireless-subscribe@subsignal.org. Meetings are organized sporadically on an unregular basis, and announced over the mailinglist.
 
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Please bear in mind that there is no guarantee whatsoever that the information you might find here is correct. It's based on experience the members of this community have made over the years, and is documented on a "this-works-for-me" basis. Likewise, this project does not provide internet-access for free, nor any "services" or support beyond the things described above - it's a non-commercial volunteer project powered by busy people in their sparetime.
 

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Wireless Weimar

About

The Wireless Weimar Project is about building a free wireless network in Weimar. It tries to connect people interested in expanding the community-based network, collect information and best-practices in wireless technology/applications and coordinate the efforts of the individual node-owners. Wireless Weimar is a part of subsignal.org, a student initiative supported by the bauhaus-university's student organization StuKo.

About this Wiki

In this wiki you can find infomation about

  • the wireless weimar network in general
  • howto's and technical help
  • links to other wireless-projects around the globe

For an overview of what can be found here, check out the Table of Content. If you think you have something to add, feel free to do so - but please show some respect to our Wiki Guidelines.

How to participate

If you are interested in becoming a part of the network, you can add yourself to nodes. Then you might want to join our mailinglist, wireless@subsignal.org. Send an empty mail to wireless-subscribe@subsignal.org. Meetings are organized sporadically on an unregular basis, and announced over the mailinglist.