Developing lightweight computation at the DSG edge

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	<a href="http://qmp.cat" target="_blank"><img src="/luci-static/resources/qmp/logo.png" /></a>
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<h2>About qMp</h2>
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<p>Quick Mesh Project (qMp) is a system for easily deploying Mesh/MANET networks using Wi-Fi technology.</p>
<p>qMp has been designed for being used in any scenario such as free community networks, corporative networks, large social events, quick network deployments, etc. You can read <a href="http://qmp.cat/Documentation">here</a> about how it works.</p>
<p>The qMp firmware, based on OpenWrt GNU/Linux, works on many embedded WiFi network devices. You can get the compiled binaries for your device <a href="http://qmp.cat/Download">here</a>. All the qMp source code is public, free and open, and can be accessed from the <a href="http://dev.qmp.cat">development website</a>. If you want to join the project and contribute with your code, you can <a href="http://qmp.cat/Development">learn more</a> on how to start contributing on qMp.</p>

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<p>Visit our web page for more information: <a href="http://qmp.cat" target="_blank">http://qmp.cat</a> </p>

<h2>About this device</h2>
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<strong>Version:</strong> <%=string.sub(version,2,-3)%>
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<strong>IPv4 addresses</strong>
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