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Mailinglist: http://ml.ninux.org/mailman/listinfo/battlemesh

Twitter: https://twitter.com/battlemesh

Matrix: https://riot.im/app/#/login Room: #freenode_#battlemesh:matrix.org (connect IRC through Matrix)

IRC Chat: http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=battlemesh&uio=d4
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== Accommodation ==

For those of you who are looking for a convenient and low cost accommodation option: we have made block reservation for 40 people in a nice hostel 10-15min walking distance from the Museum.

http://www.oejhv.at/index.php?id=148&L=1

[[https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/121143147#map=19/48.20517/16.34746|Address: Myrthengasse 7, 1070 Wien]]

The packages include '''6 nights in a four-bed room incl. breakfast for €100'''.

Follow the simple instructions in the registration section below and we will email you back the payment instructions.

A first come - first served scheduler will be applied.

The '''reservation expires on 8th of May''', all individual payments must be confirmed until that date.

[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_outside.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_outside.jpg|Hostel Outside|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_counter.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_counter.jpg|Hostel Counter|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_rooms.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_rooms.jpg|Hostel Rooms|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_map_overview.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_map_overview.jpg|Overview|width="700"}}]]

Of course, the accommodation package is not compulsory. You can also find your own bed and food supply yourself during the event if you wish to do so. There are a number of hostel and hotels available, but keep in mind that they tend to be rather booked during summer.

=== Alternative Accommodation Information ===

A slightly more modern but more distant hostel:

https://www.wombats-hostels.com

Wombats has been quality tested by the recon mission team - but they would not let us make a large block reservation. Individual bookings should be possible though. And its a nice location, right next to Naschmarkt (street markets and delis).

Private stay:

https://www.couchsurfing.com

Airbnb direct link:

https://www.airbnb.at/s/Wien--%C3%96sterreich?guests=1&checkin=2017-06-05&checkout=2017-06-11

And its blue clone, Wimdu:

https://www.wimdu.at/search?checkin_date=2017-06-05&checkout_date=2017-06-11&city=Wien&guests=1

A very useful list of '''cheap and nearby Hotels''' can be found here (thx to ninjacon crew):

http://2011.ninjacon.net/location



== Registration ==

The event is '''free of charge''' and '''registration is optional'''.

But it makes the organisation much easier if you tell us in advance that you plan to come.

Please send a mail to mailto:v10@battlemesh.org?subject=Registration that looks somewhat like this:

{{{

Name and/or Nick

Accommodation Package: [Yes/No]

T-Shirt Size: [S/M/L/none]

Other details you want to share: (e.g. community, country, URLs, twitter handle, dietary restrictions, ...)

}}}

We will answer with payment instructions for the accommodation package to those that are interested in one.
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== Travel Scholarships ==

Thanks to our sponsors we will be able to offer a few travel scholarships (flight tickets) for non-EU residents.

The application deadline (2017-03-31) has passed, and the organizers have decided to split the scholarship between three applicants from Brazil, Cameroon and Ecuador. Looking forward to meeting you in Vienna!

{{{#!wiki comment/dotted
If you want to apply for a travel scholarship (compensating the costs of a long distance flight to Vienna and back) please explicitly tell us so in the registration mail.
We will then ask you to '''prepare a short video message''' in which you are giving a brief introduction to yourself and your interests:

 * Where are you from?
 * Why would you like to attend Battlemesh?
 * What impact in your local environment do you expect from your participation?
 * Would you be able to attend without the travel scholarship?

Send a link to your video to the organizers' mailing list, v10@battlemesh.org.

'''Application Deadline:''' The scholarship application window closes on March 31, 2017, so that we can confirm successful applications well ahead of the travel. Make sure to contact the organizers in time!
}}}

== Travel Information ==
You can reach Vienna via international travel:
 * by plane to [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/62823673|Vienna International Airport]] (IATA code VIE), http://viennaairport.com/
 * by train or night train to [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1839787470|Wien Hauptbahnhof]], the city's central station,
 * by bus to, e.g., [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/227115468|Vienna International Bus terminal]],
 * by car or motorcycle. If you plan to use highways ("Autobahn" and "Schnellstraße"), you will need to pay the [[http://www.vignette.at/maut/vignette|highway toll]]. It's probably best to park in a parking deck at the perimeter of the city (see e.g. [[http://www.parken.at/|these]]) and then use public transport to get into the city.

(Some travel organizations might route you via Bratislava in Slovakia which is ~50km from Vienna, and well-connected by bus and train).

A single fare in Vienna's public transportation system costs 2.20 Euro and entitles you to a loop-free, single-direction, one-way trip including changing lines (city train, metro, tramway, bus). Note that the airport is located outside of the city, so the fare is twice that!

There's also a full-week ticket for 16.20 Euro, see the [[https://shop.wienerlinien.at/index.php/product/7/show/0/0/0/0|transport company's web page]].
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In brief: We will deploy a wireless mesh network all over the place, run different routing protocols on top of it, perform some tests and see which routing protocol behaves better. (More Infos about the firmware: [[BattleMeshV10/Firmware]]) In brief: We will deploy a wireless mesh network all over the place, run different routing protocols on top of it, perform some tests and see which routing protocol behaves better.

== Testbed Experiments ==

'''Update:''' [[https://github.com/battlemesh/battlemeshv10-testbed/raw/master/report/main.pdf|Our report on testbed results]] and the [[https://github.com/battlemesh/battlemeshv10-testbed|testbed configs, test cases, and raw results]] are available on !GitHub.

The discussion on the experiments and testbed setups is mainly happening on the mailing list
Please help us document proposals and decisions in this pad, so others can follow easily:

https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10testbed



== Talk Schedule and Workshops ==

The schedule is being worked on here: https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10schedule

A call for ad-hoc workshops can be found here: https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10workshops

Final conference schedule will be made available via frab: https://schedule.battlemesh.org/

== Accepted Talks ==

=== Project And Community News ===

'''What's up with LEDE?'''
A review of the first year of our OpenWrt community reboot
by Felix Fietkau

'''[[attachment:Grassroots.pdf|WBMv10: grassroots event turning 10]]'''
Where do we go from here ?
by Marek Lindner

'''[[attachment:battlemesh_lockdown.pdf|Firmware Lockdown]]'''
Updates 2017
by Simon Wunderlich

'''[[attachment:netcommons.pdf|The netCommons project, what are we doing?]]'''
One and a half year after the beginning of netCommons, what we did and what we plan to do
by Leonardo

'''Social Impact of Public Hotspots'''
by Andi Bräu

'''Using Mesh for Rural Education in India'''
by Senthilkumar M

'''Digital Souvereign Identity'''
by Markus Sabadello

'''[[attachment:kadnode_p2p_dns.pdf|KadNode: A p2p DNS system based on a DHT]]'''
by mwarning

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=== Workshops ===

'''Replicating Battlemesh on open wireless testbeds'''
by Charalampos Manolidis

'''Minstrel-Blues - A Joint Rate and Power Controller for IEEE802.11 devices'''
Status of implementation, usage and performance
by Thomas Hühn

'''[[https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm-social|Social and Motivational Aspects - What Makes Community Networks Thrive?]]'''
facilitated by Lusy and Leonardo

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=== Technical Talks ===

'''[[attachment:gluon-wbmv10.pdf|Gluon]]'''
A Modular Framework for Your Wireless Mesh Community
by Linus Lüssing and Matthias Schiffer

'''[[attachment:autoupdates_bastian.pdf|Signed Autoupdates for your Zoo of Embedded Devices done right]]'''
How to avoid work and lost nodes
by Bastian Bittorf

'''[[attachment:Freifunk-Open-MPPT-English.pdf|Freifunk-Open-MPPT]]'''
Open hardware and software solar regulator for autonomous nodes
by Elektra

'''[[attachment:scaling-l2-wbmv10.pdf|Scaling Layer 2 Mesh Protocols]]'''
1000 nodes and beyond with Gluon and batman-adv
by Linus Lüssing

'''[[attachment:ieswescanWBM10.pdf|IEs, We Scan!]]'''
Using proprietary beacon extensions to facilitate wireless link building
by Clauz

'''Consumer Grade Home Wi-Fi Meshes'''
by Avery

'''A case introduction of building wireless mesh network testbed in university'''
by Minsu Kim

'''[[attachment:Funkfeuer-goes-v642.xetex.pdf|Funkfeuer Vienna's v642 Project]]'''
A Journey Towards IPv6 and OLSRv2
by David Hopfmüller

'''BLUECOM+'''
Connecting Humans and Systems at Remote Ocean Areas using Cost-effective Broadband Communications
by Filipe B. Teixeira

'''[[attachment:althea-battlemesh.pdf|Althea]]'''
Incentivized mesh
by Jehan Tremback

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=== Short Technical Talks ===

'''[[attachment:disasterradio_juul.odp|Disaster Radio]]'''
An off-grid low-bandwidth long-range emergency mesh
by juul

'''[[attachment:python_experiments_albert.pdf|Running Python-based Experiments on Routers with Seattle]]'''
by Albert (Local Team)

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=== Battlemesh Coversongs - Lyrics with Guitar Tabs ===

First song: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/15YSsaaQRVS6139uFJKYvHm5Zt5tgKI2nYWsNfwnwwQs/edit | Wir haben Grund zu Feiern von Otto]]

Second Song: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZM7BwNBsVgztVJh6Y5gfSObJG9_lIdyl14sSl-GZuRU/edit|Alles in der Cloud - die Prinzen]]

Third Song: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lGM_XFPhQW8KjE_WJr2AkicUI7tCeCsQf-oxybaYUPo/edit|Freifunklos durch die Nacht - Helene Fischer]]

Fourth song: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lGM_XFPhQW8KjE_WJr2AkicUI7tCeCsQf-oxybaYUPo/edit|Wer hat am Release gedreht]]


=== Software ===
Here you can find the wibed testbed platform, battlemesh packages (a set of OpenWRT packages to be used at the WBM events), and an OpenWRT mirror.

[[https://github.com/battlemesh|Battlemesh github repository]]

=== Hardware ===

[[attachment:battlemesh-router.jpg|{{attachment:battlemesh-router.jpg|Outdoor Router|width="200"}}]]

Please add any hardware that you will bring (and are willing to lend out!) to this table:

|| '''Name or handle''' || '''Quantity''' || '''Type of hardware''' ||
|| Leonardo Maccari || 6 || Ubituiti UniFI AP-PRO ||
|| Simon Wunderlich || 7 || WDR-4300 ||
|| Paul Fuxjäger || 10 || WDR-4300 ||
|| KCinJP || 1 || ALFA Network N2 ||
|| KCinJP || 1 || ALFA Network Tube-2H ||
|| KCinJP || 2 || ALFA Network R36A ||
|| KCinJP || 2 || ALFA Network AP121F ||
|| KCinJP || 1 || ALFA Network QCA4018 board ||
|| Filipe Teixeira || 4 || WDR-4300 ||
|| Ufo || 82 || M5, M5loco + Tplink: 35x850,20x710,5x841,6xre450,1xcpe510,1x8970,2x3040,2x860,2x3600 ||


=== Live streaming and Recordings ===

Live streaming link:

https://streaming.media.ccc.de/wbm10/talks

Recordings by will be available as soon as they are post-processed.

In the meantime you can watch Ryan's recordings on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3bvPCw5QCLJ-VJPamVeQx-UPNBVyaopj
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=== Github repository ===
[[https://github.com/battlemesh|Battlemesh github repository]] Here you can find the wibed testbed platform, battlemesh packages (a set of OpenWRT packages to be used at the WBM events), and an OpenWRT mirror.

=== Hardware ===

Please add any hardware that you will bring (and are willing to lend out!) to this table:

|| '''Name or handle''' || '''Quantity''' || '''Type of hardware''' ||
|| Simon Wunderlich || 7 || WDR-4300 ||
|| Paul Fuxjäger || 10 || WDR-4300 ||
|| - || - || - ||



=== Timetable / Agenda ===

The call for talks/workshops can be found at BattleMeshV10/CallForTalks . The conference schedule will be available here: https://schedule.battlemesh.org/

=== Live streaming ===

Recordings will be available as soon as they are post-processed.

Details: TOBEDONE
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== Registration ==

The event is '''free of charge''' and '''registration is optional'''.

But it makes the organisation much easier if you tell us in advance that you plan to come.

Please send a mail to mailto:v10@battlemesh.org?subject=Registration that looks somewhat like this:

{{{

Name and/or Nick

Accommodation Package: [Yes/No]

T-Shirt Size: [S/M/L/none]

Other details you want to share: (e.g. community, country, URLs, twitter handle, dietary restrictions, ...)

}}}

We will answer with payment instructions for the accommodation package to those that are interested in one.



== Travel Scholarships ==

Thanks to our sponsors we will be able to offer a few travel scholarships (flight tickets) for non-EU residents.

The application deadline (2017-03-31) has passed, and the organizers have decided to split the scholarship between three applicants from Brazil, Cameroon and Ecuador. Looking forward to meeting you in Vienna!

{{{#!wiki comment/dotted
If you want to apply for a travel scholarship (compensating the costs of a long distance flight to Vienna and back) please explicitly tell us so in the registration mail.
We will then ask you to '''prepare a short video message''' in which you are giving a brief introduction to yourself and your interests:

 * Where are you from?
 * Why would you like to attend Battlemesh?
 * What impact in your local environment do you expect from your participation?
 * Would you be able to attend without the travel scholarship?

Send a link to your video to the organizers' mailing list, v10@battlemesh.org.

'''Application Deadline:''' The scholarship application window closes on March 31, 2017, so that we can confirm successful applications well ahead of the travel. Make sure to contact the organizers in time!
}}}

== Travel Information ==
You can reach Vienna via international travel:
 * by plane to [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/62823673|Vienna International Airport]] (IATA code VIE), http://viennaairport.com/
 * by train or night train to [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1839787470|Wien Hauptbahnhof]], the city's central station,
 * by bus to, e.g., [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/227115468|Vienna International Bus terminal]],
 * by car or motorcycle. If you plan to use highways ("Autobahn" and "Schnellstraße"), you will need to pay the [[http://www.vignette.at/maut/vignette|highway toll]]. It's probably best to park in a parking deck at the perimeter of the city (see e.g. [[http://www.parken.at/|these]]) and then use public transport to get into the city.

(Some travel organizations might route you via Bratislava in Slovakia which is ~50km from Vienna, and well-connected by bus and train).

A single fare in Vienna's public transportation system costs 2.20 Euro and entitles you to a loop-free, single-direction, one-way trip including changing lines (city train, metro, tramway, bus). Note that the airport is located outside of the city, so the fare is twice that!

There's also a full-week ticket for 16.20 Euro, see the [[https://shop.wienerlinien.at/index.php/product/7/show/0/0/0/0|transport company's web page]].

== Accommodation ==

For those of you who are looking for a convenient and low cost accommodation option: we have made block reservation in a nice hostel 10-15min walking distance from the Museum.

http://www.oejhv.at/index.php?id=148&L=1

[[https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/121143147#map=19/48.20517/16.34746|Address: Myrthengasse 7, 1070 Wien]]

The packages include '''6 nights in a four-bed room incl. breakfast for €100'''.

Follow the simple instructions in the registration section below and we will email you back the payment instructions.

--(The '''reservation expires on 8th of May''', all individual payments must be confirmed until that date.)--

'''Update: a handful of accommodation packages are still available'''

Send your requests to v10@battlemes.org. First come, first served.

[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_outside.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_outside.jpg|Hostel Outside|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_counter.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_counter.jpg|Hostel Counter|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_hostel_rooms.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_hostel_rooms.jpg|Hostel Rooms|width="200"}}]]
[[attachment:wbmv10_map_overview.jpg|{{attachment:wbmv10_map_overview.jpg|Overview|width="700"}}]]

Of course, the accommodation package is not compulsory. You can also find your own bed and food supply yourself during the event if you wish to do so. There are a number of hostel and hotels available, but keep in mind that they tend to be rather booked during summer.

=== Alternative Accommodation Information ===

A slightly more modern but more distant hostel:

https://www.wombats-hostels.com

Wombats has been quality tested by the recon mission team - but they would not let us make a large block reservation. Individual bookings should be possible though. And its a nice location, right next to Naschmarkt (street markets and delis).

Private stay:

https://www.couchsurfing.com

Airbnb direct link:

https://www.airbnb.at/s/Wien--%C3%96sterreich?guests=1&checkin=2017-06-05&checkout=2017-06-11

And its blue clone, Wimdu:

https://www.wimdu.at/search?checkin_date=2017-06-05&checkout_date=2017-06-11&city=Wien&guests=1

A very useful list of '''cheap and nearby Hotels''' can be found here (thx to ninjacon crew):

http://2011.ninjacon.net/location



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 * BattleMeshV10-specific list: v10@battlemesh.org

 * General Battlemesh Mailing-list: http://ml.ninux.org/mailman/listinfo/battlemesh

 * Twitter: https://twitter.com/battlemesh
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 * General Battlemesh Mailing-list: http://ml.ninux.org/mailman/listinfo/battlemesh

 * BattleMeshV10-specific list: v10@battlemesh.org

 * Local organizers' mailing list: wbm10orga@lists.funkfeuer.at

 * Twitter: https://twitter.com/battlemesh
 * Local organizers' internal mailing list: wbm10orga@lists.funkfeuer.at
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 * FunkFeuer Wien from Austria endorses BattleMeshV10: [[https://funkfeuer.at/|Announcement in German]]
 * Freifunk.net endorses BattleMeshV10: [[https://freifunk.net/blog/2017/05/wcw-2017-und-battlemesh-v10/|Announcement in German]]
 * Ninux.org, our generous wiki and mailing list hosts, endorse BattleMeshV10: [[https://blog.ninux.org/2017/05/26/ninux-org-sostiene-il-battlemesh-v10/|Announcement in Italian]]
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||-> Merchandise (T-Shirts, Flags) ||L, R ||* ||1M ||- ||- || ||-> Merchandise (T-Shirts, Flags) ||L, R ||* ||1M ||- || Albert, Stefan ||
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||Agenda ||R ||** ||3M ||Call for talks, review proposals, create schedule || txt.file (contents); Clemens (frab) ||
||Sponsored Travel Grants ||L, R ||* ||3M ||Organize the travel grants program and announce the results ||- ||
||Agenda ||R ||** ||3M ||Call for talks, review proposals, create schedule || txt.file (MC); Paul (contents); Clemens (frab) ||
||Sponsored Travel Grants ||L, R ||* ||3M ||Organize the travel grants program and announce the results || Paul; payment ongoing ||
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||Venue Equipment ||L ||*** ||1M ||Get a mic/speaker and projector for the talks ||- || ||Venue Equipment ||L ||*** ||1M ||Get a mic/speaker and projector for the talks || Clemens, Ingeborg ||
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CategoryHomepage CategoryHomepage

BattleMeshV10 - Main Page


Mailinglist: http://ml.ninux.org/mailman/listinfo/battlemesh

Twitter: https://twitter.com/battlemesh

Matrix: https://riot.im/app/#/login Room: #freenode_#battlemesh:matrix.org (connect IRC through Matrix)

IRC Chat: http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=battlemesh&uio=d4


The event aims to bring together all people from across the globe that are interested in wireless mesh network technologies and community networks in general.

6 days full of expert presentations, late night hacking sessions, measurement campaigns, protocol discussions, and a whole lotta other meshy things. We will have fun, that's for sure.

Meet the developers from the most popular open source mesh protocol implementations (Babel, B.A.T.M.A.N. L3 and L2, BMX6, IEEE 802.11s, OLSR , etc.) and watch their ideas compete.

When

The event takes place between June 05 - 11.

Where

Volkskundemuseum - The Austrian Museum of Folk Life And Folk Art

Address: 1080 Vienna, Laudongasse 15-19

We are located in the upper floor of very nice historical museum in the middle of Vienna. One large conference room and two adjacent hacking areas are at our full disposal there. The whole area offers nice atmosphere and plenty of room to deploy measurement testbeds. The adjacent park is a beautiful analog distraction, especially during springtime.

The metalab - a very active local hackerspace - is only 5 minutes away.

Volkskundemuseum Lecture Hall

Let There Be Yoghurt! Old vs New

http://www.volkskundemuseum.at/jart/prj3/volkskundemuseum/main.jart?content-id=1377520150937&rel=de

Participants

We try to keep this list of signed up participants up to date:

http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV10/Participants

What

In brief: We will deploy a wireless mesh network all over the place, run different routing protocols on top of it, perform some tests and see which routing protocol behaves better.

Testbed Experiments

Update: Our report on testbed results and the testbed configs, test cases, and raw results are available on GitHub.

The discussion on the experiments and testbed setups is mainly happening on the mailing list Please help us document proposals and decisions in this pad, so others can follow easily:

https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10testbed

Talk Schedule and Workshops

The schedule is being worked on here: https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10schedule

A call for ad-hoc workshops can be found here: https://etherpad.funkfeuer.at/p/wbm10workshops

Final conference schedule will be made available via frab: https://schedule.battlemesh.org/

Accepted Talks

Project And Community News

What's up with LEDE? A review of the first year of our OpenWrt community reboot by Felix Fietkau

WBMv10: grassroots event turning 10 Where do we go from here ? by Marek Lindner

Firmware Lockdown Updates 2017 by Simon Wunderlich

The netCommons project, what are we doing? One and a half year after the beginning of netCommons, what we did and what we plan to do by Leonardo

Social Impact of Public Hotspots by Andi Bräu

Using Mesh for Rural Education in India by Senthilkumar M

Digital Souvereign Identity by Markus Sabadello

KadNode: A p2p DNS system based on a DHT by mwarning


Workshops

Replicating Battlemesh on open wireless testbeds by Charalampos Manolidis

Minstrel-Blues - A Joint Rate and Power Controller for IEEE802.11 devices Status of implementation, usage and performance by Thomas Hühn

Social and Motivational Aspects - What Makes Community Networks Thrive? facilitated by Lusy and Leonardo


Technical Talks

Gluon A Modular Framework for Your Wireless Mesh Community by Linus Lüssing and Matthias Schiffer

Signed Autoupdates for your Zoo of Embedded Devices done right How to avoid work and lost nodes by Bastian Bittorf

Freifunk-Open-MPPT Open hardware and software solar regulator for autonomous nodes by Elektra

Scaling Layer 2 Mesh Protocols 1000 nodes and beyond with Gluon and batman-adv by Linus Lüssing

IEs, We Scan! Using proprietary beacon extensions to facilitate wireless link building by Clauz

Consumer Grade Home Wi-Fi Meshes by Avery

A case introduction of building wireless mesh network testbed in university by Minsu Kim

Funkfeuer Vienna's v642 Project A Journey Towards IPv6 and OLSRv2 by David Hopfmüller

BLUECOM+ Connecting Humans and Systems at Remote Ocean Areas using Cost-effective Broadband Communications by Filipe B. Teixeira

Althea Incentivized mesh by Jehan Tremback


Short Technical Talks

Disaster Radio An off-grid low-bandwidth long-range emergency mesh by juul

Running Python-based Experiments on Routers with Seattle by Albert (Local Team)


Battlemesh Coversongs - Lyrics with Guitar Tabs

First song: Wir haben Grund zu Feiern von Otto

Second Song: Alles in der Cloud - die Prinzen

Third Song: Freifunklos durch die Nacht - Helene Fischer

Fourth song: Wer hat am Release gedreht

Software

Here you can find the wibed testbed platform, battlemesh packages (a set of OpenWRT packages to be used at the WBM events), and an OpenWRT mirror.

Battlemesh github repository

Hardware

Outdoor Router

Please add any hardware that you will bring (and are willing to lend out!) to this table:

Name or handle

Quantity

Type of hardware

Leonardo Maccari

6

Ubituiti UniFI AP-PRO

Simon Wunderlich

7

WDR-4300

Paul Fuxjäger

10

WDR-4300

KCinJP

1

ALFA Network N2

KCinJP

1

ALFA Network Tube-2H

KCinJP

2

ALFA Network R36A

KCinJP

2

ALFA Network AP121F

KCinJP

1

ALFA Network QCA4018 board

Filipe Teixeira

4

WDR-4300

Ufo

82

M5, M5loco + Tplink: 35x850,20x710,5x841,6xre450,1xcpe510,1x8970,2x3040,2x860,2x3600

Live streaming and Recordings

Live streaming link:

https://streaming.media.ccc.de/wbm10/talks

Recordings by will be available as soon as they are post-processed.

In the meantime you can watch Ryan's recordings on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3bvPCw5QCLJ-VJPamVeQx-UPNBVyaopj

Announcement

This page contains the official Announcement: BattleMeshV10/Announcement

Impressions from previous Battlemesh events

Registration

The event is free of charge and registration is optional.

But it makes the organisation much easier if you tell us in advance that you plan to come.

Please send a mail to mailto:v10@battlemesh.org?subject=Registration that looks somewhat like this:

Name and/or Nick

Accommodation Package: [Yes/No]

T-Shirt Size: [S/M/L/none]

Other details you want to share: (e.g. community, country, URLs, twitter handle, dietary restrictions, ...)

We will answer with payment instructions for the accommodation package to those that are interested in one.

Travel Scholarships

Thanks to our sponsors we will be able to offer a few travel scholarships (flight tickets) for non-EU residents.

The application deadline (2017-03-31) has passed, and the organizers have decided to split the scholarship between three applicants from Brazil, Cameroon and Ecuador. Looking forward to meeting you in Vienna!

Travel Information

You can reach Vienna via international travel:

(Some travel organizations might route you via Bratislava in Slovakia which is ~50km from Vienna, and well-connected by bus and train).

A single fare in Vienna's public transportation system costs 2.20 Euro and entitles you to a loop-free, single-direction, one-way trip including changing lines (city train, metro, tramway, bus). Note that the airport is located outside of the city, so the fare is twice that!

There's also a full-week ticket for 16.20 Euro, see the transport company's web page.

Accommodation

For those of you who are looking for a convenient and low cost accommodation option: we have made block reservation in a nice hostel 10-15min walking distance from the Museum.

http://www.oejhv.at/index.php?id=148&L=1

Address: Myrthengasse 7, 1070 Wien

The packages include 6 nights in a four-bed room incl. breakfast for €100.

Follow the simple instructions in the registration section below and we will email you back the payment instructions.

The reservation expires on 8th of May, all individual payments must be confirmed until that date.

Update: a handful of accommodation packages are still available

Send your requests to v10@battlemes.org. First come, first served.

Hostel Outside Hostel Counter Hostel Rooms Overview

Of course, the accommodation package is not compulsory. You can also find your own bed and food supply yourself during the event if you wish to do so. There are a number of hostel and hotels available, but keep in mind that they tend to be rather booked during summer.

Alternative Accommodation Information

A slightly more modern but more distant hostel:

https://www.wombats-hostels.com

Wombats has been quality tested by the recon mission team - but they would not let us make a large block reservation. Individual bookings should be possible though. And its a nice location, right next to Naschmarkt (street markets and delis).

Private stay:

https://www.couchsurfing.com

Airbnb direct link:

https://www.airbnb.at/s/Wien--%C3%96sterreich?guests=1&checkin=2017-06-05&checkout=2017-06-11

And its blue clone, Wimdu:

https://www.wimdu.at/search?checkin_date=2017-06-05&checkout_date=2017-06-11&city=Wien&guests=1

A very useful list of cheap and nearby Hotels can be found here (thx to ninjacon crew):

http://2011.ninjacon.net/location

Contact

Local Organisers

The event is organized by FunkFeuer Wien, Vienna's community wireless network.

The local infrastructure core team currently consists of these people:

Albert Rafetseder (albert.rafetseder at univie.ac.at, key ID 0x90382EC8)

Clemens Hopfer (datacop at wireloss.net, key ID 0x5EBA9D09)

Paul Fuxjaeger (paul.fuxjaeger at gmx.at, key ID 0xB5BB47E7)

Sponsors

Please help us keep the attendance to BattleMeshV10 affordable for all participants! The Sponsor Info page has more details.

For inquiries, please contact the Battlemesh organizers' team at v10@battlemesh.org .

Endorsements

Do you want to help promoting Battlemesh? Please check the EndorsementTemplate!

Blog Ping-Backs and Media Coverage

TBD

What to Bring

  • Access Points
  • Ethernet Cables
  • switches and hubs
  • your laptop

Task List

This task list is kept here to track who is responsible for certain things. Please notify on mailing list before you add yourself here. Local team will be inserted here as well, tasks may be added/merged on the go.

Task Name

Local? Remote?

Priority

Deadline

Description

Responsible Person

Mentor Team

L, R

***

6M

Done: Annnouncement, Mentoring Organizers

Marek, Filipe, Simon

-> Recon mission: visit the place, find Date

L, R

*

6M

Done: Visit in Mid November 2016

Marek, Filipe, Simon

Accommodation

L

***

5M

-

Done: Paul

Venue Location

L

***

5M

-

Done: Paul

Financial Handling (Bank Account)

L

***

5M

Done: Assured by Funkfeuer

Paul

-> Invoice Handling

L

**

5M

-

Done: Paul

Public Relations

L, R

***

4M

-

-

-> Webpage

R

***

4M

-

Done: this wiki

-> Logo

L, R

*

4M

Design a beautiful Logo based on this years venue

Done

-> Endorsements

L, R

*

4M

-

-

-> Poster

L, R

*

3M

-

Albert

-> Press Communication

L, R

*

3M

-

-

-> Merchandise (T-Shirts, Flags)

L, R

*

1M

-

Albert, Stefan

Attendence List/SignUps (DEADLINE!!)

L, R

***

4M

-

-

Local Community, Sponsorship

L

*

4M

Find sponsors for the event

Simon, Filipe,TODO

Agenda

R

**

3M

Call for talks, review proposals, create schedule

txt.file (MC); Paul (contents); Clemens (frab)

Sponsored Travel Grants

L, R

*

3M

Organize the travel grants program and announce the results

Paul; payment ongoing

Test Manager

R

**

2M

-

-

Firmware Preparation

R

**

2M

-

-

Hardware for Testing

R

**

2M

-

-

Test Documentation

L, R

*

1M

Document test, publish results, correct english grammar and typos

-

Transport (from/to airport)

L

**

1M

Direct Metro connection

Done: ÖBB, Wiener Linien

Transport (from/to venue)

L

**

1M

Direct Metro connection

Done: by foot; Wiener Linien

Venue Equipment

L

***

1M

Get a mic/speaker and projector for the talks

Clemens, Ingeborg

Internet Connection

L

***

1M

Wired/wireless connectivity to the Internet

Done: FunkFeuer node

Food Supply

L

*

1M

Negotiating a food package

Isa, Paul

Attendence Certification

L

**

1M

Print/sign certificates of attendance

-

Social Events

L

*

1M

Organize a social events agenda

Paul

Recording and Streaming

R

*

1M

Record and stream the talks

Clemens, Ryan

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