Monthly Archives: March 2016

nRF24L01 in Blindspot

Very nice…in episode 15 of NBC’s Blindspot are nRF24L01 radios shown. In the dialog between Jane and her old partner/handler (sorry, don’t know the name of the guys) those devices are named as GPS trackers. Doesn’t matter. Goo...

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Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2016

CLT 2016 is over…it’s wired that CLT took place right in front of Eastern. So, what to tell about this issue of the Chemnitzer Linux Tage? Fedora was there with a booth. Again, we had a 3D printer and new, … Continue reading →...

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Home Assistant 0.16

Home Assistant 0.16 has now built-in MQTT support. This means that using MQTT in your home is a simple as switching the lights on :-). Of course there is again plenty of other news for platform support to changes in … Continue reading →...

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Home Assistant 0.15

The 0.15 release of Home Assistant is focusing on quality. Especially we now enforces PEP257 compliance checks and we use now the upstream version of Open Z-Wave. For more details, read the full announcement in the Home Assistant blog....

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ESP8622 and micropython

Very well, Micropython is populating the ESP8266 soon 🙂...

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