yes, the EPG and channel list on the orbiter should be fairly easily done, by using the HADesigner. No need for programming if I get things right.
The phone out is another issue.
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I started playing with VoIP a month or so ago after I signed up for my broadband provider's VoIP. I understand from previous comments (I think Zaerc or Thom) that SIP can be a little challenging to setup when you are routing over NATs - assuming this is because of the UDP component.
My original response here was by way of an update of where we are at... I in no way was trying to 'brag' about having something you dont'. Why would would you think we would 'loose anything' ? If we had any sense that we might 'loose something' we would not be here at all. We gain enormously by participating here and by having the community use/improve our code. Our Dianemo customers are not the people who frequent this forum... they want a professionally installed working system that hides all the technical issues from them.
Have I ever questioned how much you contribute to this community? No... I dont think I have. So all I would ask is that you treat me and my company in the same way.
That's cool. There are already three company which offers commercial versions of LinuxMCE. I'm also planning to start the same thing. But I'm wondering about LiveTV. VDR is good but it doesn't work on MDs. MythTV works fine on MDs but it isn't stable. From my experience streaming LiveTV is the most requested feature after lighting control. So, how, guys, you solve that? Just don't offer it at all?
Well in our Dianemo builds we have LiveTV & recorded TV working on MD's and now have bi-directional KNX/EIB implimented too. We plan to migrate z-wave to our bi-directional code soon too.
We will release an update for the current shipping lmcevdr version in LinuxMCE thats is based on the newer Dianemo code base imminently.
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