Sometimes I just don't read my emails :-P
So, since it still alive, I can contribute some space and bandwidth on HTTP
servers, I also can give some rack space (is some one will give me
preconfigured server 5U max, 1U is better)
As to actual development, I can do AP logic, roaming and redundancy
development, although I'm not that good in Linux. But I have quite good
algorithms to make AP mesh.
Oh yes, can this project be transformed to Linksys firmware? Like No-Cat
firmware? If yes I can get some financial contribution.
From: Albert Lash [mailto:albert dot lash at gmail dot com]
Sent: Friday, August 03, 2007 12:47 PM
To: Junior Gillespie
Cc: Punky; m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch; m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] mono AP
Hi Junior and Punky,
This is something I'm interested in, but not sure exactly how I'll be
able to help at this point, but I believe I can help.
My current work includes a lot of freebsd, debian, and m0n0wall
research, testing, and development, so my being part of the project
would likely benefit us both - on of my favorite scenarios!
Punky - I've been exploring the idea of a "debian-ized" version of
m0n0wall, and miniBSD, and was so pleased to find out about voyager
linux. For some of the project I've been toying with (like
m0n0jabber), a debian system would suffice, and make things easier to
some degree. The catch is to minimalize it, constrain it (like how the
awesome m0n0wall console only lets you do a few things, nothing else,
i.e. rm -rf / !!), as well as supporting a portable build process,
which can detect various nics, automount from a variety of media (cf,
usb flash, cf pio not udma, etc), load os into ram, mount root as read
only, and use a circular logger, etc. etc. etc. To support a wide
variety of builds, I've been looking at using phing, a php based
builder which uses xml build files. It is modeled after Apache's Ant.
My primary skills include PHP, XML and webGUI design, and I'm very
familiar with debian., and starting to learn more about freeBSD (and
On 8/2/07, Junior Gillespie <junior dot gillespie at gmail dot com> wrote:
> It's great to have you on the team! I briefly looked over your patch, and
> am excited about the idea of a FreeBSD and Linux based application.
> Hopefully soon we can have a site up, with svn, and start a productively
> developing m0n0Cored.
> Everyone, I'm looking at leasing some rack space at The Planet, and
> up an HP blade server I have. I'll probably setup a Virtualization
> environment, and utilize it for individual developer needs in order to
> up development. If anyone has any suggestions on needs for this
> project, please let me know. I'm working on some great sponsorships for
> project, but we definitely need to get things in place, and not solely
> depend on individuals or sponsors.
> On 8/2/07, Punky <punkytse at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > Hi Junior,
> > I would like to join the development of m0n0cored, especially on Linux
> > porting of m0n0cored and modules. My first initial patch for Linux
> > porting has been posted to the list few weeks ago.
> > Currently, my progress was stopped by unknown SEGV in m0n0cored when
> > run on Linux, I will get a FreeBSD 6.2 development environment to see
> > if I can repeat it.
> > - Punky
> > On 8/2/07, Junior Gillespie <junior dot gillespie at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > > Alex, m0n0Cored or m0n0AP is still alive. I've talked with Manuel
> > this
> > > project, and have started preparing an org chart similar to that of
> > > FreeBSD project, in order to speed up development. I'm working on
> > acquiring
> > > some servers, and bandwidth as well.
> > >
> > > Anyone interested in having a part in the development of m0n0Cored,
> > > included in the org chart and committers list, please let me know.
> > Please
> > > include the areas you would be interested in developing, whether it be
> > > webGUI, or documentation, and we'll put togeather a list, and get
> > started on
> > > development.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > Junior
> > >
> > --
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Punky
> > P U N K N ! X . c o m
> > Technology + Lifestyle
> > (http://www.punknix.com)
> > V O Y A G E . H K - http://www.voyage.hk
> > Linux - voyage-0.4 is released!
> > Store - Senao NMP-8602 Plus (400mW) is now in stock!
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