Building Networks for Fun and Resistance at SeaGL 2020

Today at the Seattle Gnu and Linux conference, Lisha will be giving a talk about how to build a stand alone communications network or community ISP, with special consideration to the options for different environments and circumstances. You can watch it live, or check the website for the recording.

Click Here to download the presentation slides.

In Memoriam: Paul Mason

It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of long time Geeks Without Bounds volunteer Paul Mason.

He was the co-organizer of the first and second International Space Apps challenges in Glasgow, Scotland and (co-)organizer of many Random Hacks of Kindness events. He started the RHoK-Sec program of security-focused RHoK events and cybersecurity defense exercise (CDX) events.

Geeks Without Bounds and Announce partnership

Geeks Without Bounds and the are working together on a multi-year project to create software, documentation, and training for distributed cooperative organizations (DisCOs). The goal of the partnership is to make it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world, to create a worker-owned cooperative business with people they know and tap into a global network of cooperatives that can work collaboratively on projects. 

Watch this space for updates on the software, research projects, upcoming webinars, and other DisCO News!