[Geowanking] Press Release: Ile Sans Fil Launchs HAL: Connecting Montreal to its Artists
mlenczner at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 11:47:33 PDT 2006
That sounds neat. Also interesting would be to find a way to list all
of the wifidog hotspots. By this point there's probably a couple
hundred around the world being managed by only 6-7 central servers.
And they all have lat/long info already in the central servers.
On 10/4/06, Jeremy Irish <jeremy at groundspeak.com> wrote:
> This is a neat concept. I'd be happy to push through a category on Waymarking.com to help document and promote these locations with waymarkers.
> We have a low-tech art project, for example:
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> Another press release. It's for the launch of our new project. It's all about locally-stored rich-media content and zeroconf. Starting off at 9 of our 105 hotspots and expanding to 25 within 2 months.
> The "location-base"-edness of it is just about sending different audio and videofiles to different jukeboxes at located at different hotspots. Future techical development will allow us to subscribe different boxes to different podcasts / videocasts.
> and the open source project page for it:
> Francois Proulx did a lot of the initial development and Pascal Charest is now the tech lead - for both the HAL network in Montreal and HAL open source project.
> Please forward.
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