Last call for signatures to the FCC on the wifi lockdown issue
dave.taht at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 11:03:26 UTC 2015
The CeroWrt project's letter to the FCC on how to better manage the
software on wifi and home routers vs some proposed regulations is now
in last call for signatures. The final draft of the FCC submittal is
The principal signers (Dave Taht and Vint Cerf), are joined by many
network researchers, open source developers, and dozens of developers
of aftermarket firmware projects like OpenWrt.
Prominent signers currently include:
Jonathan Corbet, David P. Reed, Dan Geer, Jim Gettys, Phil Karn, Felix
Fietkau, Corinna "Elektra" Aichele, Randell Jesup, Eric S. Raymond,
Andreas Petlund, Sascha Meinrath, Joe Touch, Dave Farber, Nick
Feamster, Paul Vixie, Bob Frankston, Eric Schultz, Brahm Cohen, Jeff
Osborn, Harald Alvestrand, and James Woodyatt.
If you would like to join our call for substituting sane software
engineering practices over misguided regulations, the window for
adding your signature to the letter closes at 11:59AM ET, today,
Sign via webform here: http://goo.gl/forms/WCF7kPcFl9
We are at approximately 170 signatures as I write.
For more details on the controversy we are attempting to address, or
to submit your own filing to the FCC see:
CeroWrt Project Architect
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