nodewatcher - A modular open networks growing platform.

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nodewatcher is one of the projects of wlan slovenija open wireless network. Its main goal is the development of an open source network planning, deployment, monitoring and maintanance platform with emphasis on community. This is the development branch with future (3.0) version of nodewatcher which is still being developed and does not have all the functionality found in the 2.0 version. For stable 2.0 version, switch to the master branch.

http://nodewatcher.net/
https://github.com/wlanslovenija/nodewatcher

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