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/
During last Linux Autumn conference (check my recap here) I won competition run by guys from the platinum sponsor – Samsung R&D Centre. There were two topics to be covered – each on other interesting aspect of Linux tuning. First one was about polishing Linux security and the second – about speeding up the Linux boot process. I wrote answers to both topics, but the latter was the winning one.
I was asked about my ideas that I used during that competition a few times until then. So after yet another conversation I thought, that maybe it’s time to write those and make them public – why not – I didn’t discover the America – just wrote down some known facts ;)
So – I strongly believe that github is a good place to publish things like that. I created ‘concepts’ repo where I’ll push any ideas that in my opinion is worth of it. Never mind if those are my own concepts or I heard those on some conference. This way I’m publishing my “concepts” notebook from my Evernote.
Feel free to clone this repo here: https://github.com/docent-net/concepts
The competition winning idea is here: https://github.com/docent-net/concepts/tree/master/booter
And one more thing. This competition was awarded with this beauty Samsung Galaxy SIII (yes, it’s only box; I already have exactly the same phone, so this one is landing on E-Bay):