I’ve just created new github repo where I’ll push all my materials / scripts / schemas regarding to the project I started a while ago. This is all about home central heating automation. I’m trying to create a solution that will take care of turning the heating on / off based on heating curve created with data gathered from Atmega nodes.
I’ll keep you posted guys. for now You can check the pre – alfa code of the Arduino app. I’ll add more when I have some more time. You can check it on the github project page: https://github.com/docent-net/HitTheHeat/
About 3 months ago we had first Hackathon at Ganymede. Unfortunately We (OPS) couldn’t take part in it as We had Red-Hat exams during Hackathon time. So We were waiting 3 months till next Hackathon, thinking, preparing, brainfucking. And for what? Just to know, that next Hackathon will take place again while another Red-Hat exams. OMG, WTF???
Fortunately this time We made it to postpone.. exams :D Warsaw can wait ;) So.. now when We’re all set up and ready We had to finally make up our minds. Ganymede Hackathons are all about games – as our company creates games. But what game could Operations team create? SUD / MUD like? ;) So – We have some other ideas…
We saw those ideas coming for a while.. The first one is strictly operational and the second is really a game. We’ll have only 24 hours to finish (starting from Thursday, finishing next day), so We really have to move fast. Nothing more I can tell here – but… Nagiios, Ganglia, Raspberry-PI and Arduino – those are our directions right now ;)
So – preps underway; on the photo You can see the scene from battlefield in the early stage before even hackathon starts – 3 days before.