tomesh.101 experience is where introductory outreach and educational materials for Toronto Mesh tomesh.net are worked on and stored. This is a working repository, as a result, a lot of the material in here is in draft form.
The repository is structured as follows:
glossary/contains key terminology and definitions relevant to mesh networking
presentations/contains presentation materials (including slides and facilitation guides)
reference-spec/will contain formalized reference description including steps required, hardware, software and scripts, and mesh naming convention materials
tutorial/will contain introductory materials for connecting to a mesh network using a pi3
workshops/contains workshops materials (including slides and facilitation guides)
Presentations are currently using the presentation tool showoff.
Static versions of presentations are always available online at tomeshnet.github.io/tomesh.101/
If you would like to run presentations locally or make changes you'll have to do the following:
Clone this repository to your computer.
Install showoff, showoff is written in ruby and comes as a packaged gem
$ gem install showoff
Run showoff from the repository
$ showoff serve
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