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Thu, 23 Sep 2010
Patrick McHardy explains his Linux DECT stack at Linux Kongress 2010

At linux kongress 2010, Patrick McHardy has just started to give his presentation on the Linux DECT stack he has been working on in the last 1.5 years.

He looked at the deDECTed.org code and found it very limiting, mainly targeted to passively listen into DECT conversations, showing the weaknesses of DSC, DSAA and its implementations. His new DECT stack is meant as a full and generic implementation for receive and transmit.

I'm especially happy to announce that this project will now be hosted under the Osmocom umbrella project at dect.osmocom.org. Right now it only has a README file and the git repository. However, a trac site will be up and running soon.

[ /dect | permanent link ]

Tue, 10 Feb 2009
Becoming the deDECTed.org spokesman

Yesterday the members of the deDECTed.org team decided to pronounce me their official spokesman.

It's not that I didn't already have way too much work anyway - but I strongly agree that the project needs somebody who is non-partisan and not affiliated with some of the bigger entities involved with the project.

Hopefully I can use this role to clarify some of the misunderstandings and apparent misrepresentations that the project had to suffer with.

[ /dect | permanent link ]