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AREDN highly recommends upgrading to AREDN security release v3.21.4.0
For more information see the Latest Docs page

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YAAC - "Yet Another AREDN Conference"


Last fall's on-line AREDN Conference went so well that the AREDN team will hold another one this fall.  We're soliciting your ideas for interesting topics for the conference.

Your suggestions requested!  Send to Orv W6BI (orv.beach@gmail.com)

Updated date: Wednesday, March 17, 2021 - 20:01


AREDN 2020 Conference Recap

The AREDN team thanks all who attended our 2020 conference to make it a big success.
We also thank Orv W6BI, our AREDN Ambassador, for managaing the event and recording the presentations.
We have started a YouTube channel where we we will post the presentations, Please subscribe.
AREDN YouTube channel link

Updated date: Sunday, October 25, 2020 - 19:22

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19.07 Release Status Update

The upcoming release of many new devices, bug fixes, and capabilities still has a few issues being worked out:

1) The OpenWRT release that AREDN is based on, recently published another release candidate rc2, and there is a rc3 in the pipeline. This means we are still days/weeks away to see the OpenWRT official release.
2) There are 2 identified issues so far on Rocket M5 XW and Nanostation M5 XW devices still being worked.
3) Many models do not yet have any know testing to confirm all is working.

How can you help?   Check the status here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IyDD_gPC4LLtZGERDQhS8Ix7EDiNjK12/view?usp=sharing

If you have a device that has not yet been tested, please down load the image and give a try here:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Pm466OqLPTARUuh_ux3xSoD2123H5EOw?usp=sharing

Joe AE6XE


Call for Code 2019 Global Winner Announced

Prometeo was announced the Call for Code 2019 Global Winner on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the award ceremony held in New York City. After intense judging from IBM, the David Clark Cause, the United Nations Human Rights Office, the American Red Cross, and other subject matter experts in the first round, the eminent judges ranked the five finalist teams and selected Prometeo as the winning solution.

Prometeo not only wins the 200,000 USD grand prize, but open source project support from The Linux Foundation, meetings with investors and mentors, and solution implementation support through IBM's Code and Response initiative. The team also won the People's Choice award on October 4, where thousands of voters chose Prometeo as their favorite solution.

In his 33-year career as a firefighter, Joan Herrera has battled thousands of wildland fires and suffered the headaches and breathing problems that...

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Call for Code Finalists Announced


#CallforCode 2019 five global finalists announced. Vote for your favorite #opensource tech solutions for natural disaster response and recovery. Pick the People's Choice Winner and get a chance to consult with a VC expert: ibm.biz/peoples-choice


Automated Mesh Map

Our resident network mapper and AREDN developer Eric KG6WXC just published a page describing his mapping program. His Automated Mesh Map allows hobbyists who have experience in Linux/Apache/SQL to collaborate while gaining metrics in their desired nodes. It has a become a “go to” tool for monitoring the status of the networks. Groups who start setting up their own AREDN Networks also get a copy of the map to monitor their progress.
You can get all the details on his page at SkySilk Cloud Services User Spotlight.


Support AREDN on Amazon Prime Day 

If you plan to take advantage of the extended Amazon Prime Day on July 15 and 16, please consider supporting the AREDN Project with your purchases.

Simply shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0671991 and AmazonSmile donates to Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network Inc



 


Call for Code interview with AE6XE and K5DLQ

AREDN developers Joe Ayers AE6XE and Darryl Quinn K5DLQ were interviewed by Daniel Krook, the Chief Technology Officer for the Call for Code Global Initiative and the IBM Code and Response.

This fascinating discussion focuses on questions and ideas that will interest software developers and participants in the 2019 Call for Code Challenge.

You can find the video on the IBM Developer channel on Twitch.

 
AREDN is a 2019 Call for Code Program Supporter. Join Call for Code in building solutions to improve disaster relief efforts and a chance to win $200,000.

Call for Code 2019 Program Supporter

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