[Server-devel] Fwd: Can I buy my own Internet-in-a-Box?

Adam Holt holt at laptop.org
Tue Oct 10 09:35:37 EDT 2017

From: James Heilman <jmh649 at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 9:00 AM
Subject: Re: Can I buy my own Internet-in-a-Box?
To: Adam Holt <holt at laptop.org>
Cc: xsce-devel <xsce-devel at googlegroups.com>, server-devel <
server-devel at lists.laptop.org>, Unleash Kids! <unleashkids at googlegroups.com>,
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Thanks Adam

Looks excellent. Yes no mark up. $40 USD per unit which includes
shipping to keep things simple. If you want to come pick them up in
person or at a conference I will be at [then] 27$ USD.


On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 6:52 AM, Adam Holt <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
> Excerpt from http://FAQ.IIAB.IO #5:
> Can I buy my own Internet-in-a-Box?
> You can order a basic medical version of Internet-in-a-Box from the Wiki
> Project Med Foundation who will ship from Canada to any location
> if you agree to provide feedback to help improve the product for all.
> This is just the Alpha version ($27 based on Raspberry Pi Zero W) with 100
> units ready to be shipped ($13 intl shipping).  Still, the
> development team is eager to get new kinds of feedback from medical
> clinics/practitioners around the world as a result of our partnership with
> the Wiki Project Med Foundation (essentially the medical side of the
> Wikipedia community) and its well-known founder James Heilman !
> PS as far as I understand the Wiki Project Med Foundation is selling these
> with zero markup (and of course the software and content are both fully
> and open).  James Heilman and the Wiki Project Med Foundation are happy to
> answer any further questions people have, as this brand new offering leads
> to others as 2018 approaches.

James Heilman
MD, CCFP-EM, Wikipedian

Unsung Heroes of OLPC, interviewed live @ http://unleashkids.org !
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