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'''Teaser: Community-led initiatives to digital services and connectivity'''

Latest revision as of 23:36, 2 June 2020

Call #1 - Community Networks in Rural Areas, April 9, 2020

Second WS12 call (merged with WS16) - EuroDIG session dedicated to Community Networks in Rural Areas

Call participants:

Org team members:

  • Alessio Pastorino
  • Paolo Perucci
  • Valensiya Dresvyannikova
  • Gianluca Lentini
  • Nenja Wolbers

Subject matter experts:

  • Ceren Unal,
  • Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond,

Focal Point:

  • Sandro Karumidze

Ucha Seturi joint call as well.

Minutes

We started to discuss Ceren's proposal to switch subjects between WS12 and WS16 - start the WS12 with discussion current challenges and best practices and later in WS16 move to the legislative framework and financial models.

In the COVID 19 situation when most of the Europan countries are either under hard lockdown or with significant restrictions on movement and social activities need for telecommunication services has increased.

The discussion revealed there is a need in both - infrastructure to provide connectivity and service platforms for community members particularly in underserved communities in rural areas.

We discussed ongoing projects in Italy and Germany

Recommendation:

  1. Start with challenges and best practices, with a focus on current COVID 19 situation and it's aftermath in WS12 and continues with Legislative framework and funding opportunities in WS16
  2. Discuss teasers over the next 2 days - Olivier, Ceren - please remind your suggestions (sorry I've lost chat log)
  3. Continue with the discussion of:
    • identify more subjets where to focus attention during the panel discussion - so far we have - the need for infrastructure, service platforms for communities, the role of libraries
    • Key Participants of the session - criteria for selection of panelists, candidates
    • Ideas about innovative ways to conduct the session - tools, approaches, invitation, advertising of the sessions

We can also continue to discuss both sessions together and also each session separately.

Call #2 - Merged WS12 & W16 Session, May 13, 2020

First Joint WS12 WS16 call where we discussed how to conduct EuroDIG session dedicated to Community Networks in Rural Areas

Call participants:

Org team members:

  • Alessio Pastorino
  • Valensiya Dresvyannikova
  • Roberto Gaetano
  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell
  • Luis Martinez
  • Vassilis Chryssos
  • Tom Puc
  • Nenja Wolbers
  • Gianluca Lentini

Subject matter experts:

  • Ceren Unal,
  • Frederic Donck

Focal Point:

  • Sandro Karumidze


Suggestions:

  • Structure discussion along key aspect - pillars - technology, finance, legislation, community
  • Discuss opportunities coming from new technologies - IoT, 5G - "Smart Village" concept
  • Consider EU support opportunities, though it may come with some bureaucratic overhead that might be a serious issue small communities
  • Start with a good definition of CN, also bring up successful projects
  • Should have several videos throughout the session
  • Can have back to back mini roundtables, short to the point well-moderated presentations
  • The presentations should be short enough not to lose people underway but have enough time to catch the attention. People can then go see the full description of the projects if we give references like urls, etc.
  • Can have people already in Org team, also people from local/National/EU regulation, Industry, but we need success histories to be heard

Proposed Session Framework:

What is CN

  • 2 présentations
  • 1 Video

What is the best environment I should live in

  • regulatory
  • economics
  • technical
  • 1 Video

What opportunities

  • IOT
  • Smart cities
  • Community-based approach
  • Bridging the digital gap
  • 1 video

Conclusions

  • 2 mins per panelist


Next Steps:

  • Discuss proposed Session Framework over e-mail - decide on it by Monday, May 18
  • Bases on session Framework suggest panelists before Wednesday, May 20
  • Conduct next call #3 - Wednesday, May 20 around the same time at 16:00 ( CET - Berlin, Brussels) - discuss panelists, other topics
  • Also need to discuss new title and teaser

Useful Links:

https://digitale-chancen.de/content/sdcprojekte/index.cfm/action.show/key.115/secid.144/secid2.191

https://www.alpine-space.eu/projects/smartvillages/en/home

Call #3 - Merged WS12 & W16 Session, May 20, 2020

Joint WS12 call where we agreed on "Session Framework" and candidate list for roles of moderators and panelists

Call participants:

Org team members:

  • Alessio Pastorino
  • Roberto Gaetano
  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell
  • Tom Puc

Subject matter experts:

  • Ceren Unal,
  • Frederic Donck

Focal Point:

  • Sandro Karumidze


Agreed Session Framework:

What is CN

  • 2 presentations
  • 1 Video

What is the best environment I should live in

  • regulatory
  • economics
  • technical
  • 1 Video

What opportunities

  • IOT
  • Smart cities
  • Community-based approach
  • Bridging the digital gap
  • 1 video

Conclusions

  • 2 mins per panelist

Candidates for Key Participant - Moderators and Panelists:

As discussed during the previous discussion it was a priority to have:

  • Representatives of different stakeholders
  • People who didn't participate in previous EuroDIG session
  • Gender balance

It was also decided to have someone with hands-on experience of building Community Networks in Rural Areas

Panelists:

  • Vassilis Chryssos, Hands-on Community Networks Experience
  • Tom Puc, IoT Evangelist and LoRAWAN Advocate
  • Carola Croll, Digitale Chancen
  • Gianluca Lentini, Smart Village project
  • Maarit Palovirta, ETNO
  • Max Stucchi, ISOC

Moderator:

  • Frederic Donck
  • Roberto Gaetano - co-moderator or remote moderator

It was noted that Luka Belli and Ucha Seturi definitely would be valuable panelists

It was requested to get short vides from Georgia, Greece and a couple of other CN projects as session introduction and transition between its parts.

Next Steps:

  • Report to EuroDIG secretariate. Check if it is in line with EuroDIG policies and doesn't have conflicts with other sessions.
  • Discuss session teaser and title to come up by Mid next week
  • Contact Panel Candidates

Finalised the Teaser and the title, June 2, 2020

Title: Community networks and smart solutions in remote areas: a bottom-up approach to digital citizenship

Teaser: Community-led initiatives to digital services and connectivity