Ben Green reports that there is a metapackage available for the forthcoming Bristol Wireless Linux distribution, which is based on Debian’s latest ‘etch‘ version. The version available for testing, codenamed 0.1.0, can currently only be obtained by people connected to Bristol Wireless network, since it resides on the magico server, which is not accessible to […]
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Following the recent exceptionally stormy weather of the last couple of weeks, Bristol Wireless’ Lloyd Cohen and Rich Higgs have paid a visit to Holroyd House on Windmill Hill – our most exposed location – and Armada House in Kingsdown to check the condition of the bolts holding our antennae to the buildings. While they […]
As of 23rd January, Bristol City Council is changing its website address to make it easier for visitors to remember and use. From that date the new web address for the council will be http://www.bristol.gov.uk. The hyphen and ‘city’ previously used in the old address, http://www.bristol-city.gov.uk, are being dropped to shorten the address and to […]
On Wednesday 1st November, 100 delegates from central and local government, the private, community and voluntary sectors across the South West met at Watershed, Bristol for a day to discuss “Harnessing Digital Disruption”.