[zeromq-dev] Pieter's wishes: MQTT

Michal Vyskocil michal.vyskocil at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 11:20:45 CEST 2016


We have discussed mqtt/malamute integration last year with Pieter. His
recomendation was to have a client talking mqtt and malamute protocol. As a
first step.

But that's pretty interesting topic. I will bring that to our Zeromq
workshop in December. As other project we're going to talk to uses mqtt ...
this is a problem we need to solve anyway.


Dne 11. 10. 2016 10:52 napsal uživatel "Benjamin Henrion" <zoobab at gmail.com

> Hey,
> 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.
> Best,
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