One of the projects I'm working on is getting Broadband Hamnet running in Ann Arbor.
For reference, then, the home page for the project is http://www.broadband-hamnet.org/.
Still to do, in approximate order: * obtain two or three suitable routers * flash those routers with the software * determine a reasonable antenna strategy * identify locations to connect * identify a source for more equipment * find more hams within connection range of the places I have equipment * write up the findings
I was running the KA9Q software for internet connections long ago (at least as early as 1988), so how hard could this be? (Plenty hard! Also plenty fun!)