[kwlug-disc] Favourite free sip registrars?

Paul Nijjar paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca
Wed Sep 11 12:38:55 EDT 2013


Computer Reycling is struggling with cellphones in a similar way to
laptops. We could potentially sell them, but we can't service them. 

Bob is right. We don't maintain lists of hotspots. This is a good
idea, though. 

We don't allow people to install their own software on public lab
machines. We have some lockdowns on our public wifi at the Queen
Street Commons, but are willing to open ports upon request. (We may go
to a much more open model in the future.) I do know that some people
do SIP-type stuff there.

The KPL wifi is relatively unlocked. I do not know about the WPL. 

On Mon, Sep 09, 2013 at 03:57:09PM -0400, unsolicited wrote:
> 
> Not something we could do - Working Centre or Computer Recycling?


> Wi-Fi is a given for the scenario. They would have to be in a place
> that has wi-fi, let alone somewhat unrestricted wi-fi. (Not sure off
> the top of my head if the library 'qualifies' as that - haven't been
> there in a while with any wi-fi devices to hand). I guess whatever
> wi-fi is present would also have to have sufficient bandwidth
> available for decent voice quality - not that it takes much, but if
> they all tried to talk at the same time ...
> 
> There's lots of places with free wi-fi, and this population will be
> well aware of them / share. If it matters to them, they will seek
> these places out. (e.g. They find Working Centre, and health support
> and lunch at SJK, and so on.) [Thinking of that, now I understand
> Paul's frustration that SJK doesn't already have wi-fi.]
> 
> It wouldn't surprise me if the Working Centre maintains a list of
> hotspots. If not, I'd bet there's a web list around somewhere.
> 
> I specifically set up a charging station for exactly this purpose
> for Fridays. I expect the other site/nights probably would to, if
> they don't already, given sufficient demand.
> 
> Thank you for your message, some good thoughts and reminders of
> issues in it.
> 

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