OpenWISP is currently maintained by a lot of contributors who help out in fixing bugs, improving automated tests, adding features and much more.
The project is improving a lot thanks to their contribution which is becoming more and more decisive over time..
The list of this contributors changes constantly but you can see a list of the most recent contributions in our Activity Feed Page.
Core Development Team
Actively involved in wireless community networks, OpenWISP, and other
open source projects; he is a hybrid between a developer and a designer.
He enjoys implementing the NetJSON specification for Python/Django tools and OpenWRT.
You can find him on Github, Linked In and Twitter.
Ilaria de Marinis
She is working at CINECA and has been member of the
Technical Scientific Committee of IDEM since 2007.
She has a strong focus on Freeradius and Captive Portals.
He's focused on developing the firmware and deploying OpenWISP
to various clients.
He often enjoys testing network performance and new Wi-Fi hardware.
Network administrator and software developer; He is currently focused on improving the Captive Portal.
Former OpenWRT core developer, he joined the OpenWISP core team in
the summer of 2015 contributing mainly on firmware packaging, improving
existing firmware features and creating an automated testing enviroment.
He is currently working for Unidata as R&D Engineer in the field of system integration and hardware manufacturing.
Find him also on Linkedin and Github.
Board of Advisors
Has been a board member and NaMeX's CEO since 2000. His current research interests include: Inter-ISP networking, Internet Exchange Point, Datacenter and Wi-Fi architectures and security.
Designed and developed the first public release of the OpenWISP platform in 2008. Former CTO of the OpenWISP project, he has been working for HP in Bristol, UK since October 2013.
Electronic engineer. Keen on networks, internet and openness. He believes to be the project's Open Source Strategist although no one has appointed him as such. Wannabe rebetico musician.
When he was working at CASPUR, his efforts were mainly focused on OpenWISP Firmware and OpenWISP Manager.
Matteo contributed to OpenWISP with his web development skills: Ruby on Rails, jQuery and HTML5.