Magma Townhall

Thu, May 11, 6:00 PM (PDT)

About this event

Welcome, everyone! In this presentation, we will introduce you to Magma - an open source project that enables communication networks in areas with limited internet connectivity. Magma is designed to provide network infrastructure and support connectivity for communities in remote areas.

After introducing Magma, we will explore two opportunities for you to get involved with this project. The first opportunity is a use case, where you can develop innovative ways to use Magma to improve connectivity for communities in remote areas. The second opportunity is to contribute to the Magma project as an open-source developer, where you can help improve the codebase, add new features, and fix bugs.

Finally, we will talk about the importance of defending Magma by exploring an interactive review of weaknesses and mitigations. This session will provide an overview of the security challenges faced by Magma and how we can address them. By the end of this presentation, we hope you will have a better understanding of the potential of Magma as an open-source project, as well as the opportunities available to contribute to its success.




  • Benjamin Sternthal

    Benjamin Sternthal

    Linux Foundation

    Director Of Program Managemen

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