I hadn't heard of hipnet at all before the show. And was too busy sorting out the #bufferbloat demo to play with interop with #homenet and #hipnet. (there are presently some mods to the bird routing daemon that aren't in quagga, so I didn't have much hope for homenet, but figured hipnet was doable)
It was a darn good set of demos overall, and the really wonderful part was all three router concepts were running #openwrt !!! Open source to the rescue of the internet!
In the cerowrt case, the new dhcpv6-pd code in openwrt head worked PERFECTLY, and we had ipv6 dns working... the two routers shown here were meshed together and there was a wifi meshed router completely across the room running ahcp. But nobody noticed that part... They were too agog at the difference in page load times and the quake responsiveness with fq_codel running. I talked until my throat dried up then took over and did a great job.
Tomek from isc (author of dibbler) asked how big the odhcpv6 daemon was - so we looked. It was 800k in memory (most of it shared), and 24k on disk. He shook his head in amazement, and walked away...