This chapter had been a stump. It has been substantially reworked and enlarged and has received the new title
“Free Networks Between Countryside and City, between North and South“
The second part is completely new and contains an interview with Confine open-call-participant Carlos Rey-Moreno, Western Cape University
This chapter had perviously been part of another chapter. It has been substantially reworked and expanded. The chapter “The Incomplete Paradigm Shift” is now the political and historical contextualisation of the wireless community network movement.
With those two new chapters, the work has been more or less concluded. I aim at writing a very short kind of coda or afterword. The conclusions as such already exists, but I want to write one or two pages as a kind of summary of the summary. Maybe it will not be possible to write that in the remaining time in May but it will be done. I will also now start from the start to make corrections, add references/footnotes and links and will consider feedback received or yet to be received for smaller changes within chapters, but this is it as far as the larger structure is concerned.
I would be happy if more participants in the Confine project read this draft book. After all, the idea was to put it online in order to receive feedback, to co-write it, so to speak, with the community.
If I have learned anything from this project, then it is all about communication.
Greetings to all and keep unwiring the world