Sensor reading scripts for openhab on github

For various reasons (not the least of them being that I am a geek prone to overengineering 🙂 ), my openhab installation consists of multiple Rasperry Pi nodes. The data collected is pushed via HTTP (upcoming: mqtt) to the server node.

Also, there are some precautions in place to avoid overloading the OH2 server while keeping a short response time to events. The first script published there is for the magnetic window contacts.

Without further ado, please find my scripts over at https://github.com/hakan42/openhab-sensor-scripts

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My Java library for OpenCage Data has been discovered

Over the last six weeks or so, I was writing a frontend to the nice geocoding service at http://www.opencagedata.com/ with the sources being stored at github.

As it always is the case, I never got around to really polishing the library and do a proper release. Imagine my surprise when I saw a post on the opencage data blog and a tweet mentioning me and my library.

Seems like I really have to do a proper release now, but only after my summer vacation… No coding allowed while visiting the relatives 🙂