I think the difference between the Alexa Skill and Amazon Echo Control binding should be explained in a central place. I found this page
https://www.openhab.org/docs/ecosystem/alexa/ and think this would be the best place. But there is no link for edit on github. Where can I find this page on github?
There is is:
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# Amazon Alexa Skill
An intelligent voice guided personal assistant. Amazon Alexa became famous by the Amazon Echo speaker but is also available through independent solutions. The certified openHAB Alexa skill allows to naturally control the openHAB smart home by voiced commands.
This page describes how to use the [openHAB Alexa Smart Home Skill](https://www.amazon.com/openHAB-Foundation/dp/B01MTY7Z5L).
The skill connects your openHAB setup through the [myopenHAB.org](http://myopenHAB.org) cloud service to Amazon Alexa.
(See [this document](https://github.com/openhab/openhab-alexa/blob/master/README.md) for other setup options and development information.)
With this skill you can control Items that respond to on/off and numeric commands.
The skill as well has limited support for thermostats.
Currently supported are the English (U.S.), English (U.K.), and German language.
## General Configuration Instructions
* [openHAB Cloud Connector](https://www.openhab.org/addons/integrations/openhabcloud/) configured using myopenHAB.org
* Amazon account
* Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot or compatible Alexa speaker or solution (e.g. [Reverb](https://reverb.ai/))
Please tick the solution post, thanks