Rule #1 - Be Patient - Rule #2 - Don't ask when, if you don't contribute - Rule #3 - You have coding skills - LinuxMCE's small brother is available: http://www.agocontrol.com
I assume you are aware that you can't just take LMCE and create commerical products out of it?
You'll need to get a license from Pluto to do this, first.Once you've done this, you can contract me out to do these things. I know the code-base the best of all the core devs, and have done all of the things you have described. Serious inquiries only.-Thom
Quote from: colinjones on February 18, 2009, 05:09:45 amI assume you are aware that you can't just take LMCE and create commerical products out of it?Our objective is not to make a commercial product out of LinuxMCE. We are looking for a platform to demonstrate _our_ products as part of Digital Home Experience. LinuxMCE is the most complete "experience," I could find. Example products and services we would like to integrate (for the demo) are things like home healthcare monitoring (BT blood pressure cuff with backend monitoring services) and smart metering appliances. Indepdendently, and with discrete interfaces, services such as these have less appeal. But, as part of a larger, integrated, digital life experiece - they become intuitive.