Based on the docs for the Hue binding it only supports Hue lighting devices. I don’t think you can use the Hue Bridge as a generic Zigbee coordinator.
The generic Zigbee binding does support some SmartThings devices. https://www.openhab.org/addons/bindings/zigbee/#devices The Zigbee binding is not as mature as many bindings in OH yet so just because the devices is not listed in that table doesn’t mean that it wont work. But the Zigbee binding does require a USB coordinator. The table at the top of that link lists the requirements for the coordinator.
Note that it appears you can control Hue without a Hue Hub through the Zigbee binding. I have a Zigbee coordinator but no devices yet so I can’t tell you how well it works.
Zwave is very mature and capable and is one of the more used bindings. Like with Zigbee, you will need a USB controller to communicate with them.
If you have a Cm11a controller, there is an X10 binding that will let you control those devices as well. There is an older binding that will work with Mochad as well.
I think the answer is yes but I can’t say definitively so. I don’t have any experience with any of these bindings or devices. You will probably need to buy some more devices (controllers/coordinators/USB dongles) to connect your computer to the technology to be controlled.
It can be done reliably but it will be a significant amount of work. I don’t want to scare you away, but OH is not a commercial system with 24 hour helpdesk support. It’s a framework upon which you build your own bespoke home automation system and a community of volunteers. So it is going to take some work and trial and error on your part and possibly some help from the community to get going. If that doesn’t scare you I think you can become very successful with OH and likely be very happy with the result.
For example my OH has:
- Zwave: mostly switches and outlets with some smoke/CO detectors and door locks
- DIY sensors and actuators built on RPis and ESP8266s communicating using MQTT
- Sonoff relays also controlled using MQTT
- Nest thermostat and doorbell
- Google Assistant integration
- Custom Rules to control lighting, alerting, and other home behaviors based on events like presence of cell phones on the network (proxy for presence detection), time of day, sun position, weather, etc.