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About Us

The Mesh was formed by a group of Darwin based enthusiasts sharing common interests in computing, wireless, communications and electronics for tropical, remote regions and beyond.

We promote the use of Open Source Software and creative I.T solutions.

The goal of The Mesh is to assist in the collaborative foundation and promotion of Open source and alternative technologies and ideas. Including but not limited to community computing projects, education, ad-vocation and Community Wireless.

This site has been created to provide a centralised collection of web based resources to facilitate these goals.

The Mesh is fully commited to;

Open Source - Not for Profit

Through Open Source mechanisms we hope to advocate, encourage and support the construction of community based wireless networks and solutions.

All contributions are welcome! Check out the Wiki and our Forums,
For more information, please refer to the FAQ or try Getting Started.

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Site is back up now!
By: Jinx  on: Wed 26 of May, 2010 13:22 CST  (334 Reads)
Announcements was down for around a week due to network connectivity issues. We are currently looking at migrating to a more reliable hosting solution shortly. During this process, we're also looking at migrating the Wiki over to MediaWiki?.
The Mesh has a Birthday!
By: Jinx  on: Mon 19 of April, 2010 12:18 CST  (678 Reads)
Yes, we turned the big Five on the 13th of April, 2010!
Intel and Nokia team up to combine Moblin and Maemo
By: Jinx  on: Mon 15 of Feb., 2010 22:55 CST  (636 Reads)
... and so MeeGo was born. Asides from almost sounding like Fried Noodles, it apparently what happens when both the Maemo and Moblin project merge, as per their first blog post:
Hi Everyone

I'm sure you've heard the news: Moblin and maemo are merging! We are taking the best pieces from these two open source projects and are creating the MeeGo? software platform. Both teams have worked for a long time to support the needs of the mobile user experience - and MeeGo? will make this even better. We want it to be fun, focused, flexible, technically challenging and ultimately, something that can change the world.

Some interesting news, as reported by CNet.

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