From WikiConference North America
- Type of submission
- various, including Stéphane Coillet-Matillon, Jorge Vargas, Adam Holt, and Tim Moody
- E-mail address
- m:user:Stephane (WMCH)
- Internet-in-a-Box seeks to provide a device with software which creates a Wi-Fi hotspot that offers closed platform access to Wikimedia content. In practice, this means that users who are physically in the hotspot can connect to the device by Wi-Fi and access or download Wikimedia content. The Internet-in-a-Box is not intended to further connect users to Internet access or content beyond what is presented in the Internet-in-a-Box itself. This presentation will review the history of offline Wikipedia services and present this current attempt to succeed in delivering Wikimedia content to users who cannot access it online.
- Length of presentation
- 30 minutes
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