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ASCIIChalking (we're not sure how useful this is...)




ASCIICHALKING

this from Wolf, rendered in ascii, but some good ideas for inclusion by someone with a graphics package!


    "Hello again,

    I don't have drawing tools, so here goes, using good ole text (done on my iBook using Mail) The "arrows" '>' indicate directionality (my understanding of the term being moving an
    antenna to get a better signal).

    Sorry for the multiple messages, but I'm suffering insomnia, and I'm quite taken by this concept of warchalking. 

    Kudos! 

    Wo|f

    --------------------------------------------------[SNIP]

    WEP NODE SHORTHAND:

    SSID
    (W>) contact info
    bandwidth

    OPEN NODE SHORTHAND:

    SSID
    (O<)
    bandwidth

    CLOSED NODE SHORTHAND:

    SSID
    (C^)
    bandwidth

    "PAY NODE" SHORTHAND:
    (use the appropriate currency symbol for your region, of course):

    "Buy something from here, use their hotspot":

    SSID
    ($^)
    bandwidth

    For Boingo (http://www.boingo.com):

    SSID
    ($B<)
    bandwidth

    For Sputnick (http://www.sputnick.com):

    SSID
    ($S>)
    bandwidth

    Optional info, maybe be of use:

    (F) = Free or Community Network
    (N) = Uses NoCat (http://nocat.net)
    (X) = Someone thinks there's a hotspot here, but they aren't sure of the details."


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