Openwifi talk and stand has been presented at FOSDEM 2020 Brussels in Feb. 1&2.

Individuals, SMEs, opensource communities and big companies have shown big interests on the openwifi project. They also asked many questions, such as MIMO support, CSI information support, roadmap and opensource license consideration. One new interesting message, which is not expected before, is that: People are willing to pay more for a WiFi chip not because the chip’s performance is better but just because they can check the chip silicon source code (Verilog/VHDL/C) on github if they have privacy/security concern. So far, not any commercial WiFi chip discloses their silicon source code.

After the FOSDEM, the project has reach 545 stars on github.

The video of the talk is available here:

Below a couple of pictures of the booth and presentation.