Just read this article https://www.home-assistant.io/blog/2018/04/12/ubiquiti-and-home-assistant/ and I think it is awesome that commercial company is hiring someone to develop a open source software.
I am not using Ubiquiti gear at the moment but am planning to based on other peoples positive experiences. I was also considering home-assistant, but OpenHab somehow seemed more robust solution (not sure if word “serious solution” could fit here). However it is easy to notice how fast home-assistant is developing (is it the python thing, not sure).
But if I move all my network to Ubiquiti platform, and they manage to make some super easy/reliable/practical integration, perhaps integrating home-assistant inside router or something even better, would I be wrong to consider moving automation platform as well to home-assistant?
What do you guys think, could openhab get some benefit from this hiring thing? Perhaps Ubiquiti gear could be more open to integration with openhab as well, or perhaps even hosting OpenHab instead of home-assistant, or… ?
Just ranting, but very interested in other peoples opinions.