On Wednesday 8th March 2007, Bristol Wireless, ably assisted by Westcom, went as exhibitors to the ICT Hub Regional Conference in Taunton for the voluntary sector. Attending as exhibitors, we took along the mobile LTSP suite (this time 12 terminals), VoIP telephones and lots of information about free and open source software and piles of […]
Events organised by or in which Bristol Wireless participates
On 24 and 25 February 2007, OpenStreetMap volunteers will be adding Bristol to the global mapping revolution. Contributors to the OpenStreetMap (OSM) project are meeting in Bristol with the aim of completely mapping the streets and other major features of the city.Anyone wishing to take part in the mapping weekend are asked to meet at […]
The more keen eyed of our visitors will have noticed that the Bristol Wireless site is now wearing new clothes.
The LTSP suite at Princess Royal Gardens has recently been refurbished and upgraded; Woodsy takes a look.
Bristol Wireless is introducing a new Announce mailing list
This Wednesday Bristol Wireless volunteers were treated to a hands-on ‘birdspotting’ workshop, aka using satellite communications, with Mike Harris of psand.net.
As its ‘last of the summer wine’ expedition this year, Bristol Wireless’ mobile LTSP suite paid a visit to Truthfest at Radford Mill Farm in Timsbury.
The first Connecting Bristol Momentum meeting took place on Tuesday 13th September at the Watershed. This was the first group meeting since hearing back in July that Bristol had made it through to the top 10 finalists in the government’s Â£7 million Digital Challenge.
The Knowle West Web network has now been successfully connected to the Bristol Wireless backbone.
In various sizes and disguises, Bristol Wireless’ mobile LTSP suite has been on its summer holidays again this year, taking in the Global Village in Kent, the Big Green Gathering in Somerset and the Climate Action Camp in North Yorkshire.
After a great deal of toil, testing and tweaking, the new Bristol Wireless 5.8 GHz network backbone is now stable and is almost ready for service since it is considered to be at the pre-production stage.
On Friday 4th August a team from BBC Bristol’s Points West filmed a piece on Bristol’s Digital Challenge bid.
Ben Green of Bristol Wireless is organising an introductory course on video editing with Cinelerra at Easton Community Centre in Bristol in July 2006.
Venn festival 1st-4th Jine
Bristol Wireless will be featured on the 10 O’clock news on Monday evening, 6th March. We were visted by Rory Cellan-Jones the BBC business and technology correspondent for a day of filming and interviews today (Thursday) for a news item on community and municipal wi-fi projects. Click here for the BBC report (RealPlayer required). Starting […]
Bristol Wireless ran their mobile cybertent once again for 5 days in a field near Cheddar at the Big Green Gathering 2005. With our old friends and collaborators Psand providing connectivity to the net via their Satellite Uplink trucks. With up to 20 terminals in use by festival goers for over 6 hours a day […]
BWFest/Content Development 2 TUESDAY 11th MAY Venue: Easton Community Association Time: 6.30PM Agenda: 1. Print Proofing /approval see http://docs.psand.net/twiki/bin/view/CLAN/MediaDayJune5 * Logo/T-shirt * Poster/flyer * Info factsheet * Questionnaire 2. Printing Schedule * Tasks/actions 3. Technical Specifications/actions * Test reports/capabilities * Installations * Demos * List of needs 4. Content * Acquisition * Formatting/delivery 5. PR […]
Meeting 6.30 pm Chelsea Agenda: ACTION PLAN FOR EVENT Printing etc: Logo Event Flyer/Poster/T-shirt/Stencil Info Factsheets/Questionnaire PR Testing: Content/Network/Servers (Meeting 10/11th May) Technical Set-up/Print Proofing Print Runs Acquisition/Siting (Meeting 24th/25th May) Event Co-ordination * Installations * ECA layout * Other Venues * Catering * Decor * Documenting * Roles * Helpers
We didn’t arrange a date or time for this so I’m going to unilaterally suggest 6.30pm – on Monday 8th March in the ICT suite at Easton Community Centre, (although venue will have to be confirmed).
I suggest Tuesday Jan 13th for the next meeting – 6.30, I’ll start writing an agenda up on the wiki, and we need to have a proper AGM, so we could plan it for Febuary at the January meeting.