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Thought about setting up a node at one point since I'm in a geographically advantageous position, (line of sight to most of the north-eastern suburbs) ... but then I got lazy  ;D
-4wd (February 24, 2015, 06:09 AM)
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Hahaha! ;D

I looked into it here about a year and a half ago, but figured I didn't want to spend the $$$ as I'd end up throwing everything out when we move. (Almost time now...)

As I said, I got lazy. :)
-Deozaan (February 24, 2015, 04:34 PM)
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My chance to be lazy  ;D
-wraith808 (February 24, 2015, 05:29 PM)
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Hey! Laziness can be a virtue! :)

I tripped across another:

And a fantastic bit here:

Better working FOR the People than being AGAINST someone

Freifunk groups in Germany support refugees with free access and the willingness to help people who had to leave their home countries is still growing.

Many refugees have mobile phones, but no data rates. Using the a Freifunk network would make them able to contact their families at no charge. Freifunk is also one way of helping these refugees to get informed about their new home and get access to local information as well to information from their home country.

Even if some Freifunk groups had problems with local administrations in the beginning, many of them are still working on solutions for free access in refugee accommodation centres. By now, there are many projects up and running in various german cities and communities.
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