At the 30C3, taziden gave a talk about DIY ISP in general, presenting what they are doing in France, with the general message that "there is a lot of initiatives like this, be we don't know each other, we don't talk to each other, that sucks".
After making him rewrite all his slides when he asked me for feedback before the talk, we decided to buy diyisp.org. Good for us, taziden's talk has been an huge success (I couldn't even get into the room because it was full and also because I was late, as usual) and we've organised a meeting after that. The conclusion of this meeting is the launched of diyisp.org!
Just before the 30C3, FFDN (or at least Gu1) release a great tool to map the existing DIY ISP initiatives: db.ffdn.org
Things are moving well on the Brussels side:
after a lot of pain, the Belgium administration have accepted our updates for our status, this will unblock a lot of our next steps (joining FFDN, asking LDN for the VPS etc...)
new people are showing up to the point that, for the first time, we have totally filled the meeting room.
we now have an active twitter account
if you want to give an hand, we'd like to translate our status in English and in Flemish
the next Neutrinet meeting will be during the FOSDEM probably after the DIY ISP meeting
There, I've made a presentation of Neutrinet (in English). You can watch the video here.
Other noticeable talks (in the context of this post, most of the talk are really worth watching):
Fact: it's the first tech event that I've attend where there was more woman than man.