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

Sandra Thaxter sandra at smallsolutionsbigideas.org
Mon Oct 16 22:05:11 EDT 2017

What can we do with the earlier versions of internet in a box sitting on
shel es here in Uganda can we access them from raspberry pi?

On Oct 10, 2017 8:52 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
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Internet-in-a-Box/Buy> from the Wiki
Project Med Foundation
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wiki_Project_Med_Foundation> who will ship
from Canada to any location worldwide, 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
Internet-in-a-Box 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 global Wikipedia community) and its well-known founder James
Heilman <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/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
free 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.

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