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Users / Devices for developers
« on: June 24, 2010, 05:59:51 pm »
Testing is currently being done to use a secure sip secret for the extensions we use for the telecom subsystem.  It is a bit troublesome for us, as developers to ensure a unified experience with devices and their integration with LinuxMCE since we don't have most of the devices for testing.  I have an interest in making sure that as many devices as we can possibly support are plug and play with LinuxMCE and that to streamline the setup of each device as much as we can.

That said, I've been deep into the telecom side for over a month now hammering out fixes and changes to get this subsystem back into shape.  Does anyone have devices that We currently have templates for that they would be willing to donate for this effort?

The plan is, once we have a handle on this with the current devices and features to then pursue support of other phones, but right now I need to get ahold of gear that already has templates.


Users / Re: Alarm question?
« on: June 22, 2010, 11:00:32 pm »
I would have doubts about whether or not it will work out of the box, contact honeywell and see if it's using the same protocol as the VistaICM.  They probably won't say, but you never know.  Worst case scenario you can grab one and work with us to assist you in getting it working.  Since there are already several good examples of alarm panel devices, it should make a good starter project for you.

Users / Re: Incoming call routing
« on: June 22, 2010, 09:01:26 pm »
I've been pretty deep on the telecom stuff recently, and what you have to realize, it that there are still parts of the telecom system using voices we don't even generate currently.  At this time, the best option is a combination of Thom's suggestions to allow the IVR to be disabled completely AND to allow for custom recordings.  The key here is that you have to do all of the translations which includes the sos security menus and would seemingly include the voicemail menu's as well to provide a unified user experience.  I'm not really in favor of even starting down this road until we have stabilized and unified the current voice menu's.  That said, if you're going to get down and dirty, stop by the dev channel and partner with us to get this stuff fixed, but remember, we need to fix everything currently in the telecom system before we start adding more complexity to it.

Users / Re: webadmin email setup?
« on: June 08, 2010, 06:25:54 pm »
Add the mailx device first

Developers / Re: Power and energy monitor / logger (Arduino based)
« on: June 04, 2010, 04:03:01 pm »
Are you going to work with the device and integrate it properly into LinuxMCE via GSD or C++ device?  You've got the framework there to support this type of device now so there's really no reason not to...

Drop by the linuxmce-devel channel on IRC and well get you pointed in the right direction.

Developers / Re: Power and energy monitor / logger (Arduino based)
« on: June 03, 2010, 03:05:52 pm »
Yes, my TED5000 code is in sqlCVS as of yesterday, but that's only going to be useful to you if you're in the US

Developers / Re: Power and energy monitor / logger (Arduino based)
« on: June 02, 2010, 02:27:54 pm »
Are you planning on picking one up?

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: June 02, 2010, 02:24:44 pm »
rages:  once the code for this device is in, you can extend it to the EIB devices.  That would actually be a very good 'get-your-feet-wet' kind of project.  You think you can take it on?

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 30, 2010, 11:53:03 pm »
Apagg:  Looks like we'll have to do some further testing of the php-image-graph package, I see the sqlCVS changes were actually put in place, but I did do a sqlCVS update prior to starting on this last week and it did not work for me, I had to run pear install image_graph-0.7.1 to get the package before it would graph properly because the include was not there from the package.

Why did you decide to use the state changed event and a separate energy graph outside the generic graphing?  I have not tested your source at all, but with the way the datalogger works for graphing generically with labels for the x and y axis from the unit table of the database, I'd think that wouldn't really work out so well for this type of device since the state changed event is really targetted for generic data.  Can you post a screenshot of your work here?

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 30, 2010, 05:49:22 pm »
No changes in viewDatalog.php or graph.php yet, I want to see what else I can do in there to enhance the graphing a bit so that may change, for example, I'd like to be able to provide some additional information to the graph, like month to date figures, etc.  Below is the running list of changes so far for this...

-Found a dependency problem with graph.php, it requires php-image-graph package
-Added new event category, Energy Monitoring
-Added new events, Voltage Changed, Energy Cost Changed, and Power Usage Changed
-New manufacturer, TheEnergyDetective
-New device template, TED5000
-Enhanced DataLogger_Plugin to log Voltage, Energy Cost, and Power usage
-Applied enhancement from Apagg for DataLogger_Plugin to log State Changed events

I think that's everything, there might be more...

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 30, 2010, 03:33:13 am »
For those interested in this, I have a little screenshot action for you.  This is my current progress.  Feedback is welcome!

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 29, 2010, 06:25:51 pm »
Coley:  I'm working with the TED5000 currently, please drop by the dev channel to discuss your device.

Developers / Re: Guys, seriously, are there no coders in here?
« on: May 27, 2010, 04:59:22 am »
grawll:  Your points are valid, but as Thom said, they are already being addressed.  Thom has attempted to delegate tasks to help people get started by posting the programming challenges which have not gotten much response from the community.  TRAC lays out the open issues, feature requests, development plan, etc. already.

I've made a few additions myself and it is frustrating that we can't even get people to test things even though the particular addition was pointed out to them in response to something they wanted to do as it provides them with exactly what they asked for.

Yes, the project is huge, but you'll find that if you are actively pursuing development, the dev channel on IRC is the best place to ask questions and discuss development.  I occasionally will post a question on the boards instead of in IRC just so others can see what's happening and to avoid hacking by myself in a corner on something that doesn't meet the necessity of the masses.

Give it an honest shot, find a device that you're interested in and is either an open platform, provides an API or SDK, or you can obtain the protocol spec. for and drop by the IRC channel to ask questions about getting started.  There's always someone in there that can help answering questions (including myself).  Once you've got something going you can extend the development pages on the wiki with additional feedback and information you found helpful that's not already documented.

Developers / Re: DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 25, 2010, 07:27:09 am »
Aha!  That's exactly what I was after guys, thanks for the clarification...been a few months since I was into the C++ devices...I need to brush up on things again.  :)  In that case, my job from here should be relatively straightforward to get the data to the logger, just need to decide what data to send in the event and create the events/send the data on over.

A side note:  Apagg, I saw your note in the dev channel, dropped you a pm there as well, feel free to post back here, what information does your graphing require to be generated and is it currently tied to the datalogger plugin?  Since I'm already gathering all the data from the device I'm using and you're graphing already works, I'd like to meet somewhere in the middle to adapt what I have to work with what you have and possibly extend your work to provide more infromation based on what I can provide.  Please let me know, I've got the data already, just need to pass it in the form of an event appropriately.

Developers / DataLogger Plugin - Energy Monitoring
« on: May 24, 2010, 03:40:33 pm »
I'm working on a new device that logs power usage, and will be making use of/enhancing the DataLogger Plugin to get the data to the user in a meaningful way.  Currently, I can already harvest all the data off the device and have it stored in a few hashes ready to be pumped out as events to the DataLogger Plugin.  I looked at the C++ code for the plugin and see a function ProcessEvent, as I understood it, that should be a command that the device accepts, but checking out the template in the web admin, I do not see any events or commands in the template.  I also searched through Advanced>DCE>Commands and through Events and did not find Process Event anywhere?  Is Process Event generic in the sense that I literally just create a new event and send it to the DataLogger from my device and it falls into the ProcessEvent function by default?

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