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Anybody need any work?
#11
Dean Roddey Wrote:Once you get the protocol figured out, post the info and I can look at it and figure out what level of effort is required.

Ok. Will do.
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#12
Dean Roddey Wrote:Once you get the protocol figured out, post the info and I can look at it and figure out what level of effort is required.

Dean: I sent you the info via email as I had to load up several documents that I couldn't upload here.

Cheers,

Bugman
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#13
Hi, all. I am looking for someone to help me get the following set up configured in CQC:

- Russound CAM 6.6T (with 6 zones, 6 sources)
- Two of the six sources are separate media streams from same media library
- Metadata from music sources needs to be displayed on russound keypads
- Would prefer to use Windows Media Center as media library
- Would prefer to have songs/metadata in library updated as soon as song added

- Need weather feed implemented in UI

- Need to control 8 insteon dimmers and 3 insteon lamplincs through 2412S serial modem (connected via USB through USB Serial adapter)

- Need to have access to control sound and lighting from PC and laptop. Also need access to control sound and lighting from Nexus 7 and Android Phone.

- User interface is important. I would like a nice looking UI like the one that is illustrated on the CQC site (one with black footprint in yellow circle in upper left corner). Need UI that allows me to control music and lighting in any zone.

- Need ability to have a few scenes / scripts defined (vacation, night lighting, morning lighting, etc. ). Plan for 6 scenes.

Any takers?
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#14
I might be interested, but you are talking about a pretty customized setup, so it wouldn't be cheap, even more so if it has to support multiple client resolutions, which it sounds like you need to deal with and more so again when having to do quite fancy graphics on multiple layouts. The WMC will be a substantial limitation, since it's not very integration friendly.
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#15
I should say that, if any of our IPs are interested, I would back off. It's really their thing and I don't want to take any work from them. If none of them are interested, we can discuss my doing it.
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#16
Since we are in the 'cool down' period before 4.6 goes out, if anyone has any need for mercenary driver writing, this would be the time, so let me know.
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#17
What do you think it would take for a driver that writes field values to thingspeak?

https://thingspeak.com/docs
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#18
When you say write field values, do you really mean a driver that lets you write values to it which it will pass through? Or do you mean a driver that watches other driver fields (based on configuration) and writes them out when they change (or regularly even if they don't change)?
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#19
Dean Roddey Wrote:When you say write field values, do you really mean a driver that lets you write values to it which it will pass through? Or do you mean a driver that watches other driver fields (based on configuration) and writes them out when they change (or regularly even if they don't change)?


I meant a driver that watches other driver fields and writes them out to thingspeak.
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#20
It might be better to do it as a CML based scheduled event. What data rate does it need to update? Does it just need to write them when they change, or does it need to write them regularly whether they change or not? The scheduled event can't go faster than once a minute.
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