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Project Summary

The Serval Project is a small team of academics, contracted engineers and students in the Resilient Networks Lab of Flinders University in South Australia, developing revolutionary, free, open-source software for mobile telephones.

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C
78%
Java
10%
19 Other
12%

30 Day Summary

Nov 8 2018 — Dec 8 2018

12 Month Summary

Dec 8 2017 — Dec 8 2018
  • 95 Commits
    Down -41 (30%) from previous 12 months
  • 3 Contributors
    Up + 1 (50%) from previous 12 months