Assembly:Freifunk

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Website https://wiki.freifunk.net/34c3, https://pad.freifunk.net/p/34c3
Contact 34c3-orga@freifunk.net
Description "Freifunk" stands for free communication in digital networks. Free means to us publicly accessible, not for profit, property of the public and free of censorship.

We plan to organize talks and workshops around the topics of free infrastructure and freedom of communication in public networks.

Members Ablex, Adlerweb, Adorfer, Alexander, Andrenarchy, Aufhaxer, Bdobe, Blocktrron, Dan nrw, Datacop, Deus Figendi, Docloy, Entil'Zha, Erictapen, Flip, Fluxx, Fm, Fpletz, Genofire, Grisu, Lh, Mathias, Md, Moreentropy, MrMM, Mwarning, Nemesis, P1ng0ut, Pberndro, Percy, Plaste, PowerPan, Prisma, Privatereese, Procurvr, Rotanid, Rundfreifunk, Skorpy, Tokudan, Txt.file
Projects Yanic
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Tags freifunk, free networks, non commercial, open access, freedom of communication, wireless community, education
Registered on
Provides stage yes
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Orga contact 34c3-orga@freifunk.net
Brings https://wiki.freifunk.net/34c3/Hardware
Projects https://wiki.freifunk.net/34c3/Timetable
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage would be great
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 40
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 144
Arrival and build up

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More and more people are single-handedly installing and maintaining free networks. Every user in the free wireless network provides his or her wireless LAN router for data transfer to other participants. In return, he or she can also transmit data, such as text, music and movies through a free internal network or use services setup by participants to chat, call or play online games. We use mesh networks.

Many also share their internet access and allow others to use it to access the World Wide Web. Free wireless are DIY-networks. We use our own freifunk firmware a special Linux distribution, on our WLAN routers.