I had the chance to work with Pieter from December to April, until I
asked him to visit a doctor.

We worked on different topics (openwrt boxes running malamute, the ZMQ
hackaton, NodeJS, etc...).

He was asking me how hard it would be to implement MQTT in malamute.
Now with the IOT madness, most of the devices have some MQTT client
that needs a server to connect to.

I quickly read the MQTT specification, but I have no idea how hard it
would be to write support for it in malamute.

Also, there is a need for a simple client code (in C, Python, shell
etc...) to connect to Malamute.


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