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mirosan wrote 09/30/2017 at 05:24 point

Mòre details on BATMAN adv are here 

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mirosan wrote 09/30/2017 at 05:21 point

i would love to see some wifi peer to peer functionality to go off internet and bounce connections via multiple Rasperies and other p2p grid enabled devices as an alternative transport to the grid. I'm thinking something like BATMAN ADV protocol see It is layer 2 routing much like ATM or a whole bunch of ether switches with source routing. Also how about using epaper display so that that rather large power draw could be minimised.... a builder's choice. But, yeah, one step at a time. 

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Kendall Meade wrote 02/15/2018 at 07:55 point

that new $20-ish epaper display does look pretty sweet, but if you want something like this, much better to have a sealed-off and non-interactive pi that doesn't attract attention, I think.  If you really need to get to the pi, the e-paper isn't going to display the data you need as well as SSH'ing in will- and if you can't do that, you probably need to plug the device in to a real screen, power supply, and have a real keyboard to do anything with it. But if you did this sort of thing right, you could have reasonably fast internet, and if you were a bit clever with that you could probably get some mileage out of sending non-overlapping parallel data streams, so that the content being sent over the mesh arrives at the destination from multiple paths from the originating server.

The BATMAN protocol is a cool new discovery, thanks for that.

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Clement Ludovic wrote 11/26/2016 at 16:16 point

Hi , this looks awesome! do you plan to release more instructions in the near future?

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James wrote 10/02/2015 at 22:16 point

Where is the interface script available at?

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jay_gala_94 wrote 08/24/2015 at 13:17 point

Would like to know more details about instructions & GitHub source

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Are more detailed instructions forthcoming?  Do you plan to publish this list so anyone can buy a pi can follow like an instructable?

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João Costa wrote 09/26/2014 at 17:17 point
I hope you can conclude this work and show us. Thank you

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Arcadia Labs wrote 08/20/2014 at 00:14 point
I started to add some instructions, but many more will come : I'm still in my remote location, and updating my GitHub is not an easy task :)

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