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Sun Feb 8 02:50:13 CST 2004

story about Roofnet, "a project to create a self-organizing wireless
network in which an amorphous, unmanaged collection of cheap Linux
computers equipped with Wi-Fi cards collaborate to efficiently route data

The story can be found here:

In case you're interested, the /. story and comments are here:

I thought this was a neat article that would provide a good follow-up to
Dave's email to cu-wireless about Roofnet in June.  Nodes are Linux-based
PCs with 802.11b wireless cards.  As of 2003/08/29, the network has 30
nodes in a 4 sq-km area (cost for each node is ~$685).

Also, a connectivity map is available at:

Chase Phillips
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