On 19 October 2011 20:47, Ben Chapman <Ben at dismiz.com> wrote:
> IrishWAN seems to exist, certainly some of the wireless APs they use still
> exist (eg, IrishWAN.Hazelhatch). I am not sure why they seem to have died
> otherwise though.
My understanding is that IrishWAN was for building point to point
links to distribute bandwidth and not about either hotspots or
covering wide areas. Availability of DSL and other wireless backhaul
has probably gone a long way to killing the project.
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