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Given the fact that DZ3 works on Raspberry Pi 2 just fine, this is a nice chance to simplify the sensor and actuator hardware.
An anonymous reader writes: Ubuntu Core is a tiny Ubuntu distribution aimed at the Internet of Things, using a new transactional packaging format called Snappy rather than the venerable Debian packaging format. It recently gained support for I2C and GPIO on the Raspberry Pi 2, and a quick demo is g...
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A one step shell script to build DZ on #Raspbian .

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If something is bothering you, now is time to speak up.
This is a cumulative release combining over two years of bugfixes. Summary: Google Calendar access code brought to compliance with current API behavior (more secure);; Improved XBee devices stability, analog sensors are no longer susceptible to noise;; "Return to schedule" functionality is now ...
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AmiMoJo writes: Sharp has announced that sales of DC powered air conditioners will begin by the end of the year. Most appliances use the standard AC electricity supply in homes, but as solar panels become more common switching to DC can save on conversion losses. Solar panels produce DC, which is th...
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If you've just switched from heating to cooling (or the other way around for those down under), the first run of the system will use the calendar credentials stored by Google calendar client library in ${HOME}/.dz/calendar/StoredCredential, and your system will try to use the wrong schedule ...
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TL;DR: You must upgrade if you're using Google Calendar to keep your HVAC schedule, old version was shut down today.
Google shut down Calendar API v2 and v1 today, replaced by v3. v3 is not a drop-in replacement for earlier versions, changes are required. BEFORE. You specify credentials either as a part of configuration (permanently), or via JMX (after server startup). NOW. First time, DZ starts an external ...
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Working on uplifting the calendar support from v2 (which is about to get cut off on November 17th, see the link for details) to v3.

Getting really frustrated with declining quality of code and documentation. Reading documentation on public Google APIs now reminds walking on a minefield that many people before me were walking on - I see shards of them left, links go to random locations, different subprojects present conflicting library versions and instructions.

Most regrettably, calendar sample opens a can of worms into Google's published API code. When I look into it, I see patterns that I consider being incompatible with getting hired when I interview people for a job.

Makes me very wary about making a long term decision whether to depend on Google APIs. Looks like there's been a change in course that had dramatic effect on quality of things being done by Google.
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When your heart works fine, you don't notice it. You don't have to notice your home's climate, either.
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Create as many climates in your home as you never thought imaginable. Control temperature, humidity and ventilation. Do it on the schedule. Have everything measured and recorded. Do it from anywhere.