Certification isn't our problem. That's a manufacturer problem.

_THEY_ have to certify the device anyway. Regardless of whether we
have the stack certified.

same deal with FCC certification. Just because our stack is certified,
doesn't mean that the product will meet FCC certification

So don't worry about the certification angle. We should aim to get
this stuff as bullet proof as possible so the certification process is
_easy_, but anyone making wifi-certified products have to get htem
certfied anyway.


On 30 June 2013 13:56, Lev Serebryakov <l...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Hello, Adrian.
> You wrote 1 июля 2013 г., 0:52:56:
> AC> blah, lemme ask some people who know people @ wifi alliance for some help.
> AC> maybe we can get FreeBSD in as a member somehow without having to pay
> AC> ridiculous levels of cash. We don't need certification, just access to
> AC> specifications.
>   BTW, if we want to be basis for SOHO router firmware for some vendors (as
> now most of such devices are linux-based), we better have certification! But
> it is topic for another thread.
> --
> // Black Lion AKA Lev Serebryakov <l...@freebsd.org>
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