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   * **Performance and Stability:​** OpenWrt firmware is made of standardized modules used in all supported devices. This means each module will likely receive more testing and bug fixing than stock firmware which can be tweaked for each product line and never touched again. [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​performance_stability|More...]]   * **Performance and Stability:​** OpenWrt firmware is made of standardized modules used in all supported devices. This means each module will likely receive more testing and bug fixing than stock firmware which can be tweaked for each product line and never touched again. [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​performance_stability|More...]]
  
-  * **Strong Community Support:** OpenWrt team members are regular participants on the [[https://​forum.lede-project.org|LEDE Forum]], [[http://lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-dev|LEDE Developer]] and [[http://lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-adm|LEDE Admin]] mailing lists, and [[:​contact#​irc_channels|LEDE'​s IRC channels.]] You can interact directly with developers, volunteers managing the software modules and with other long-time OpenWrt users, drastically increasing the chances you will solve the issue at hand. [[:​contact|More...]]+  * **Strong Community Support:** OpenWrt team members are regular participants on the [[https://​forum.lede-project.org|LEDE Forum]], [[https://lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-devel|OpenWrt ​Developer]] and [[https://lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-adm|OpenWrt ​Admin]] mailing lists, and [[:​contact#​irc_channels|LEDE'​s IRC channels.]] You can interact directly with developers, volunteers managing the software modules and with other long-time OpenWrt users, drastically increasing the chances you will solve the issue at hand. [[:​contact|More...]]
  
   * **Research:​** Many teams use OpenWrt as a platform for their research into network performance. This means that the improvements of their successful experiments will be available in OpenWrt first, well before it gets incorporated into mainline, vendor firmware. [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​research_platform|More...]]   * **Research:​** Many teams use OpenWrt as a platform for their research into network performance. This means that the improvements of their successful experiments will be available in OpenWrt first, well before it gets incorporated into mainline, vendor firmware. [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​research_platform|More...]]
  
-  * **Open Source/No additional cost:** OpenWrt is provided without any monetary cost. It has been entirely created by a team of volunteers: developers and maintainers,​ individuals and companies. If you enjoy using OpenWrt, consider contributing some effort to [[#lede_wants_you|help us improve it for others!]] All of the above is possible because OpenWrt is part of the Open Source community, and powered by Linux kernel. [[https://​git.openwrt.org|Get the source code...]]+  * **Open Source/No additional cost:** OpenWrt is provided without any monetary cost. It has been entirely created by a team of volunteers: developers and maintainers,​ individuals and companies. If you enjoy using OpenWrt, consider contributing some effort to [[#openwrt_wants_you|help us improve it for others!]] All of the above is possible because OpenWrt is part of the Open Source community, and powered by Linux kernel. [[https://​git.openwrt.org|Get the source code...]]
  
   * **And more...** See more [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​configuration|Reasons to Use OpenWrt...]]   * **And more...** See more [[reasons_to_use_openwrt#​configuration|Reasons to Use OpenWrt...]]
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   * If you want to develop the software, please refer to our [[docs:​guide-developer:​source-code:​start|Developer Guide]] to learn how to get the source code, build it, and contribute your changes back to the project.   * If you want to develop the software, please refer to our [[docs:​guide-developer:​source-code:​start|Developer Guide]] to learn how to get the source code, build it, and contribute your changes back to the project.
  
-  * If you're not a developer, you can still help. The documentation can always be improved (even if it's to verify that the instructions match your experience),​ or you can help other community members with questions. Don’t hesitate to [[:​register_yourself_in_the_wiki|Register yourself in the wiki]], or join our [[https://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-dev|mailing list]] and [[:​contact#​irc_channels|IRC channels]] to get in touch.+  * If you're not a developer, you can still help. The documentation can always be improved (even if it's to verify that the instructions match your experience),​ or you can help other community members with questions. Don’t hesitate to [[:​register_yourself_in_the_wiki|Register yourself in the wiki]], or join our [[https://​lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-devel|mailing list]] and [[:​contact#​irc_channels|IRC channels]] to get in touch.
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