I’m in! I could present my newest project: Battery-less BLE wall switches
@pfink should EnOcean be worried? Yes.
So far we have:
- The new MQTT Binding
- Hue Binding + Emulation service
- Batteryless wall switches
- hopefully persuade @rtreffer to talk about HCL lighting.
Discuss: PaperUi RFC
In fact no, because EnOcean also manufactures the battery-less BLE radio module
@holger_hees Looking forward to that!
Meetup is now live: https://www.meetup.com/Mayflower-Meetup-Berlin/events/257099532 Looking forward to seeing everyone.
One more topic I could present: Since openHAB 2.3, there is a quite less-known and barely documented core feature called Profiles. I already use Profiles heavily in my setup and could save a lot of rules with them while improving the maintainability of the configuration at the same time. Currently I’m preparing a PR for the user documentation of Profiles.
That would be really sweet. I’m still struggling with profiles.
If you can’t wait for 2019: This is the current draft, it’s already 90% completed
Hi, we recently released our Open Hardware board for sensors - the Pocket Science Lab (https://pslab.io). Would love to give a short presentation or shout-out about the project depending on how much time there might be still available. Looks relatively full already the schedule, but a shout-out would be great
@Mario_Behling looks like an amazing device. I’m sure we can find 5 mins in the schedule.
cheeky question: any chance of a giveaway/sponsoring best speaker of the day prize?
Hi Simon, yes, 5 mins are great. Thank you! Device as a give-away is difficult. Will be easier once we sell a few more. But, I could offer a Tshirt from our last FOSSASIA Summit. Maybe you could combine this with something else?
Did see the event tweet and I’m looking forward to join you next Sunday.
I see myself still more or less as an newbie in regard to openHAB who still has only dipped his to toe into the vast possibilities - so no talks from myself for this time. Let’s see what future meetings might bring
Looking forward to meet contributors and fellow users,
Unfortunately I have to cancel. I will still be in NRW at that time, due to unforeseen events
Just a little brain fart - did we ever try to invite a guy from AVM (producer of the FRITZ!Box and a small smart home line up) to the Berlin Meetup? Just asking because they are located in Berlin and , perhaps, they might be willing to give us a little insight into their roadmap / might get input from us what smart home users would appreciate…
Or is such an company involvement unwanted?
(I have no personal connection to AVM, I’m just using some of their products)