← Revision 23 as of 2003-01-06 23:22:35
missing edit-log entry for this revision
|Deletions are marked like this.||Additions are marked like this.|
|Line 16:||Line 16:|
|* LinuxFund for financial support that enabled PTP to afford legal services while incorporating as an Oregon nonprofit.|
There are a lot of people and businesses that have supported us as we've grown and learned. Here I'd just like to take a moment and thank everyone that has given us a helping hand.
Bottom line is this, PersonalTelco is volunteer driven and wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the hard work of lots of people. Everyone who reads the MailingList, answers questions, works on the web site, attends meetings, helps organize events, puts up nodes, converts people to the "new wireless order" ... this goes out to you. Thanks, we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you.
This list is far from complete, and my memory isn't the best, so if I've left someone out, please just add them. -- AdamShand
Companies and Organizations
Andre Fourie and Dale Barnett from PoyntingAntennas for giving us great deals on antennas.
AshlandUnwired for giving some of us the dog and pony show.
Everyone from FreeGeek who has helped out.
Intel for donating two AccessPoints.
John from SuperPass for giving us great deals on antennas.
LinuxFund for financial support that enabled PTP to afford legal services while incorporating as an Oregon nonprofit.
AlHooton for constantly finding us new places to install nodes.
AndrewWoods for actually keeping stuff running!
Andy Fraser for arranging a room at PSU for the WirelessSummit.
EliabHelon for giving presentations at the meetings.
Jeff Knox for printing our propaganda and helping arrange our first TeeShirt order.
- Jim Binkley for talking at our meetings.
- Jim Thompson of Musenki for tirelessly answering questions and educating all of us.
RickLindahl for teaching us and getting us started with real equipment.
AdamShand for starting the whole damn crazy thing in the first place. - The Members
The SpecialOps team for getting nodes installed, maintaining nodes and largely helping preserve Adam's sanity (thanks guys!).
Everyone that chipped in to make the ItecConference actually happen.