I’ve received a lot of great requests for features and feedback from folks posting comments to this blog – thank you so much! There’s also an Issues area of the project on Github where you can post feature requests or defects. Please create an issue whenever you find a problem with the project or have an idea for how it can be improved. There are so many great ways that we can make HSMM-Pi ever better!
I will be hosting an HSMM-Pi booth at the East Bay Mini Maker Faire in Oakland, California on October 20, 2013. The event is associated with Make magazine, and will be a smaller regional version of the grandaddy Maker Faire held in San Mateo, California each year. I plan on producing a field demo video that can played on loop on a display in the booth. I’ll also have some HSMM-Pi nodes and large 15 dbi omnidirectional antennas present for visual effect. This is a great opportunity to introduce HSMM mesh networking to a lot of people who might still think of HAM radio as being just CW & phone.
Are there any aspects of HSMM mesh networking that you think would be helpful to share with the general public (not necessarily just HAMs)?