So a while ago @firstname.lastname@example.org talked about air-dropped meshnet nodes. The idea is that in areas devastated by a natural disaster or is under region-wide censorship, these can be dropped (or just thrown over), link up to each other, and provide a bridge to the outside world
This is technically possible now by using some "travel router" models
For example: The GL-MT300N comes with OpenWrt, is cheap, is very light, and can run on solar+battery
It could work as a nice base for such a mesh node
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