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Mission statement

To enable open source ICT to be used by both businesses and individuals through the provision of installation, support and training services. Bristol Wireless believes that this should be achieved by (being): Mutually supportive Socially inclusive Community orientated Encouraging reuse and sustainability Aware of accessibility Aware of equal opportunities

Acceptable use policy

Introduction Bristol Wireless Community Co-operative Limited (hereafter referred to as BW) is bound by the laws and regulations governing use of the Data Communications & Services which serve to enable its Customers to use BW’s network and the Internet without interference or harassment from other users. The Bristol Wireless Internet Acceptable Use Policy (hereafter referred…

What is Linux Terminal Server Project?

At Bristol Wireless we’ve been using LTSP* (Linux Terminal Server Project) since we were founded in 2002. We’ve always found it to be very reliable both for running our lab in Bristol, as well as providing public access/training suites in both fixed locations and for temporary/mobile ICT for events. LTSP is a client/server based computer…

Is Linux for my organisation?

Bristol Wireless specialise in the deployment of open source and Linux on the desktop and server. Migration is the act of moving from one operating system to another (e.g. Microsoft Windows to Linux). If you’re considering migrating your IT, Bristol Wireless can help. Consultancy Site surveys Evaluations Comprehensive reporting and analysis Advice on which sorts…

What is FUD?

When ethical business people want to sell something they publicise, improve their product and make sure theirs is the best. They defend their intellectual property to make sure it is distributed in ethical way – whether is a closed source or open source product. When unethical people whose product might not be as good as…

Didn’t I read somewhere that you developed a protocol?

Yes indeed. On 1st April 2007, we published the manpage content for the Wireless Cider Transmission Protocol (wctp) reproduced below. Introduction This is the manual for wctp – wireless cider transmission protocol. A proper Unix/Linux manpage is being prepared. Name wctp – Wireless Cider Transmission Protocol Synopsis wctp ~[-acefghlqy] site Description wctp allows the user…

Privacy policy

Introduction We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of our website’s visitors; this policy sets out how we will treat your personal information. What information do we collect? We may collect, store and use the following kinds of personal information: information about your computer and about your visits to and use of this website (including…