Hello, my name is Federico Capoano,
I enjoy developing cutting-edge websites
and working with creative people.
I'm happy to announce that this sunday I finally became a backbone node of the most active italian open wireless lan: Ninux!
Building the node required a lot of effort, especially to solve the problems of the ethernet and power cables, but it was worth it!
The antenna I installed is an Ubiquity RocketM5 mounting a sector 120°:
Next goal is to expand the network more toward the coast as from the roof of my building I can see the sea:
And this is how the finished work looks like!
“ Hi Julio! I missed your comment a few years ago but I'm glad you are working with OpenWISP, I'll try to reach you in private :-) ”
By Federico Capoano in A Turning Point in my Life, Community Networks and OpenWISP
“ Great news Aymará! Very happy to know this post has inspired you to experiment :-) ”
By Federico Capoano in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts
“ Hi!! I'm a Django Girls coach too. Here, in Argentina, made just what you suggested, splited the workshop in two days. The experiment went just great! Most of the girls achieved to publish the blog from ground 0. It feels great to be helpfull ... ”
By Aymará in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts
“ Send any question to the interop-dev mailing list or open an issue on github. ”
By Federico in Network Topology Visualizer: django-netjsongraph
“ I have a question about Network Topology Collector, can you brief me pls? ”
By Nasrin Akter in Network Topology Visualizer: django-netjsongraph