I’ve noticed quite a bit of confusion relating to openHAB and its different ways of installing it. Often, it’s the confusion between openHAB, openHABian, and the Linux installer packages for openHAB, but I also think it can be confusing which repository to go to report a bug.
I’ve been playing around with the idea of showing how the various things made within the openHAB repositories relate to each other. In red(pink?) we have our repositories, in orange we have external dependencies, and in blue(purple?) we have the files/binaries/artifacts produced by them.
I’d like to get a wider opinion of if this will be useful and where it would be most suitable for placement inside the documentation. I’d also like to hear if anyone has any other ideas to solve such confusions.
The map above was made in draw.io, you can edit yourself with the following XML:
openHAB Repos.xml (3.2 KB)
Of course, there may be something not quite correct about the map. Let me know if there is