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This can be a very good development. Certainly interested!

Some initial questions that arise are:

1) what is the license going to be? GPL3?

2) what will be the business model afterwards (so people know what to expect of the continued support)

3) what are the next steps / progressions we can expect from your team once the kickstarter project is done

All elements of Open Dianemo which we use and distribute under open licenses (GPL, MIT etc) will continue to be available under these licenses. Some components of Open Dianemo code (yet to be defined) will be released under GPLv3. Key software components (again yet to be defined but likely to be the Athena Orbiter, Athena media layer and other components that support these) will be released under a Dianemo Public License. The Dianemo Public License will enable a free for personal use version (source code will be provided for all components) but restrict a corporation or reseller/installer from taking the code and re-branding it and or selling and distributing it without our consent (gained by paying the appropriate licensing fee).

We hope the above strikes a reasonable balance that allows anyone to do what they want with Open Dianemo personally and if they want to do something commercial then we will have a range of licensing options for those people too.

We will support the code base as we do now and will provide a mechanism for code to be contributed back too. How code contributions from outside to the DPL code elements will be handled is still being worked out but we will have a mechanism for that too. Updates will be pushed out, again as we do now, and any user with an installation will be able to access those updates.

We will be announcing some enhanced goals for Open Dianemo in the coming weeks - initially mostly driven by our internal needs as a company. This will provide a predictable development path to all. We will also encourage development from the community and we will have a process through which community engineered code/fixes will be integrated back into builds.

All the best


Andy
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My guess is a combination of a lock-up of the stick (some Aeon sticks will lock up and have to be un/replugged to resume normal operation), and mismatch between the port configured and the actual port. (Re-plugging a device might assign it a new port as well).

br,
sambuca
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Some combination of unplugging/replugging and rebooting fixed it. Wish I could provide more info!
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Developers / Re: squeezelite as an alternative to squeezeslave
« Last post by coley on September 08, 2014, 01:33:47 pm »
:) No problem.  The package definition has been created.  The packages are built and available on raspbian wheezy (lmce repo) and on ubuntu trusty (ubuntu repo), I will be added them into ubuntu precise (lmce repo) sometime next week.

J.
Great Thanks

-Coley.
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Installation issues / [SOLVED] 12.04 Aeon Z-Stick 2 - No Communication with Controller?
« Last post by davegravy on September 08, 2014, 06:48:31 am »
I added this device using PnP via orbiter.  After detection and device creation it appears LMCE is completely unable to communicate with the controller. See log:

http://paste.ubuntu.com/8287313/

This same stick in the same hardware config works on 1004.

Phenigma mentioned in IRC seeing similar issues but got things working by doing a few things including resetting his Z-stick. I will if there's no other choice, but I have all my node info from 1004 on the device and I'd rather not break that.

Not sure if it's abnormal but I've deleted and re-added the device several times, with the dongle in the same physical usb port, and the /dev/ttyUSB2 seems to change (it's shown up as USB0 an USB1 in the past)

Any ideas?

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Developers / Re: [SOLVED] Device Template using SOAP
« Last post by bherbie on September 08, 2014, 04:36:46 am »
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Are we putting this in a wiki page? :)

Absolutely.  Just need to work out a few more kinks...

-herb
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Developers / Re: [SOLVED] Device Template using SOAP
« Last post by tschak909 on September 08, 2014, 04:07:06 am »
Are we putting this in a wiki page? :)

-Thom
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Developers / Re: Device Template using SOAP
« Last post by bherbie on September 08, 2014, 03:06:23 am »
it always comes down to the details

Code: [Select]
s+= "Content-Type: text/xml; charset=\"utf-8\" \x0D\x0A"
changed to
Code: [Select]
s+= "Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8 \x0D\x0A"
fixes my problem and it now works as expected.  Thanks for the help!

-herb
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Developers / Re: Device Template using SOAP
« Last post by bherbie on September 06, 2014, 06:20:27 pm »
I made the suggested changes and still get the same bad request error.  Here is the log:

Code: [Select]
06-09-2014  10:05:50  *****sending AAAAAwAAHFoAAAAWAw== ******
06-09-2014  10:05:50  POST /upnp/control/IRCC HTTP/1.1
Host: 192.168.80.151:50001
User-Agent: MediaRemote
Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
Content-Length: 374
Content-Transfer-Encoding: text
SOAPAction: "urn:schemas-sony-com:service:IRCC:1#X_SendIRCC"
Connection-Close: close

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" SOAP-ENV:encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/"><SOAP-ENV:Body><m:X_SendIRCC xmlns:m="urn:schemas-sony-com:service:IRCC:1"><IRCCCode xmlns:dt="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:datatypes" dt:dt="string">AAAAAwAAHFoAAAAWAw==</IRCCCode></m:X_SendIRCC></SOAP-ENV:Body></SOAP-ENV:Envelope>
06-09-2014  10:05:50  HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
Connection: close
Date: Sat, 06 Sep 2014 16:05:49 GMT
Server: Linux/2.6
06-09-2014  10:05:50  UPnP/1.0 Sony-BDP/2.0

and sending the code from my php script works fine and it looks identical to the ruby code so I am not sure where to go.  I tried pulling up your template and when I click on the ruby codes it kicks me out to the admin home page - I completed an sqlCVS update and get the same thing so I am not sure if I am missing something in the initialize section or not.

any help you can provide is greatly appreciated!

-herb
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Marketplace / Re: Dianemo S from CHT - Ubuntu 12.04LTS Release Now Shipping World Wide!
« Last post by Esperanto on September 06, 2014, 11:29:56 am »
 * the specs of the hardware offered are not listed in the pdf
 * pledges could include more core variations (also be able to include bigger drive)
 * can include MD's and other basic homeautomation stuff so people buy a full experience
 * stretch goals?
 * maybe some kind of closed/paid forum only accessible to paying users. One can get access to when pledging more then an x amount. (this forum can guarantee a response time of one hour during business hours). Also more extensive help documentation can be part of this
 * paid backup option of configuration & database (maybe also of data, donno if that can be done efficiently if multiple users have the same data/media)
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