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> Proponents of community networks as the vehicle for ubiquitous
> access ought to have representation on whatever committees are
> formed.
 
Either that, or you could spend the equivalent amount of time and
energy just building the darn community nets, and let your ability
to attract investment from the community be your token of "representation".
 
It should not be necessary, after all, to make a pilgrimage to washington
every time before you make a step forward in your own home town.
 
--Ed
 
(not on any committees of this sort myself...