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possible projects:
possible projects:
1. revisit sprint 1
*Revisit sprint 1
*Gather metrics on traffic to determine efficiency of protocol.
**Gather metrics to determine efficiency of protocols.
**Number of packets per second per node with no other activity.
***Sizes of routing protocols' packets.
**Average size of packets.
***Number of packets per second/minute/hour transmitted by each protocol.
**Average amount of traffic during normal operation.
***Average amount of traffic during normal operation.
2. revisit sprint 2 (definitely with different methods)
**Determine how many nodes can participate in a mesh before responsiveness or bandwidth begin to degrade.
3. new project
*long haul point-to-point links between meshes or to the internet


email your vote too byzantium [at] hacdc.org with the subject "Sprint 3 Topic"
*Revisit sprint 2 with different methods.
**Cantenna?
**Dialup?
***Pretty easy to test at HacDC by cross-connecting two modems and dialing between them.
**CAT-5e or CAT-6 throws (thanks to John Gillmore)?
 
*New project - something different.
 
E-mail your vote to byzantium [at] hacdc [dot] org with the subject "Sprint 3 Topic".

Revision as of 09:33, 30 March 2011

possible projects:

  • Revisit sprint 1
    • Gather metrics to determine efficiency of protocols.
      • Sizes of routing protocols' packets.
      • Number of packets per second/minute/hour transmitted by each protocol.
      • Average amount of traffic during normal operation.
    • Determine how many nodes can participate in a mesh before responsiveness or bandwidth begin to degrade.
  • Revisit sprint 2 with different methods.
    • Cantenna?
    • Dialup?
      • Pretty easy to test at HacDC by cross-connecting two modems and dialing between them.
    • CAT-5e or CAT-6 throws (thanks to John Gillmore)?
  • New project - something different.

E-mail your vote to byzantium [at] hacdc [dot] org with the subject "Sprint 3 Topic".