@libreleah glad that it turned out to be only a relatively short downtime.
But you probably have still some tasks to deal with. Hope everything will work out perfectly soon.
@mike Sounds good. But to be honest, I really don't want to program that on myself. If it's support SonOff and Philips Hue, that would be enough.
So HA sounds good.
But the other thing is even more important: Don't change. While I'm as a tech nerd I live with cutting edge tech (wooh that sounds wrong), home appliances need to be consistent. I rely on them. Going to sleep, start my routine, it must work. Any day, every day. No change. Is Mycroft consistent by not changing all the time?
@mike I only would want 2 things from it: Work with smart devices and don't change things that are working. Ever!
On my Amazon Echo every monthe something changed and won't work the way before or not at all.
I can learn how to use my Sony Bravia TV functions every week.
Oh of course. But you know there are also real messengers available and the vast majority is still on sms. So I'm really afraid if digging into the numbers of users still using browsers and that don't properly supports PNG.
Yeah because we want to make sure that even Americans can see the picture.
Still lmao that you're still using sms.
Raspberry Pi NAS Server now running on solar power. 2 Ironwolf 4TB drives, boot SSD and #raspberrypi4
Could have been much easier with a powerstation, but this was only about $270 Dollar including the 100 watt solar panel.
Wow, can't wait for this one:
From the artists of "Your Name" and "Weathering with You". It has to be awesome...
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