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Developers / LinuxMCE's z-wave driver for a stand-alone system
« on: June 09, 2009, 04:51:13 pm »

I have had exchanged some ideas with Hari on #linuxmce about the Z-Wave driver
though that was long ago and I am returning to this project now, where it is much
more imminent.

I am planing on having a linux box running the z-wave driver to control house accessories
but I won't be putting linuxmce on it as it is supposed to be a dedicated z-wave box.
I'm planing to write a web interface to provide complete management for it.

This isn't going to be a commercial product, it's a personal project and I'm only interested
in the z-wave functionality for my smart home so I am not going to dive into developing my
own z-wave driver by reading the current's driver source code or docs, the only development
which I'll be pursuing is the web development for the GUI (something nice, ajax and stuff :-) ).

I'd like to get a better understanding at where does this stand on having the z-wave driver
running on an environment outside of LinuxMCE.


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