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A community technology resource is a volunteer-driven project to create a free wireless network in Columbus Georgia. We are Incorporated, and have filed for charitable non-profit status. We are currently working with other non-profits in the city to make a substantial contributor to the Columbus Georgia & surrounding communities.

Nikki Caro of the Cannon Brewpub

Nikki Caro of the Cannon Brewpub
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Project Information

About This Site

This site is created entirely by volunteers, using quality open source software like Linux, Apache, PHP, Wikimedia, and the GIMP. The content was created and tested using Mozilla Firefox. The site is designed to maximize collaborative effort using the wiki design philosophy. Most of the artistic layout came from a combination of George Adkins' concept logos, and the Wikipedia layout (the stylesheets of which were ruthlessly hacked where needed.)

The principal web-ninja and server administrator is BandWith. Don't forget to support your friendly neighborhood CHAOS geeks!

Recent News

Important-looking antenna
  • Aug 10, 2007 - New node added at Ride On Bikes.
  • Jun 23, 2007 - New node added at Gymnastics Unlimited.
  • Jan 17, 2007 - Web services have been moved out of the NOC to thwart the troubles with the uplink connectivity to/from gibson.
  • May 11, 2006 - WifiDog Authentication is in testing on several Access Points. Additional bandwidth has been donated by Knology, we'll have it feeding the network ASAP. Mesh routing implimentation (core design) is being worked on. Some network services are being transfered to gibson which was a donation by Dell Computers.
  • February 16, 2006 - long time no update! I'm moving on to greener pastures. See Transition for details of where the project is and where it's going (and most importantly, how to help.)
  • November 30, 2005 - WDS Works! Still a few bugs to work out, but thats always the case. Gibson is fully loaded, thanks Lunacy. Bandwith got to checking out the newest release of OpenWRT.
  • August 17, 2005 - We've got the main servers installed, we're moving stand-alone wireless access points to the central network, and we're configuring external services. Oh, sweet, sweet progress.
  • June 26, 2005 - We've got all the equipment we need to build the core of the network, as well as power and bandwidth! Throughout the next month we'll be adding Broadway nodes to the central NOC. Now that we've done what a lot of folks said we couldn't, look for us to be popping up in the media again soon :) See the LOLpht talk page for specific details on what we're doing on a daily basis.
  • May 28, 2005 - The LOLpht has become self-aware.
  • April 17, 2005 - Power is turned on in the LOLpht, bandwidth is being ordered next week. Seems like everything is coming together... this should be a really fun summer!
  • April 14, 2005 - We're turning on power this week in the LOLpht, and bandwidth should follow soon thereafter! Stay tuned for details.
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