Livin wrote:The branch he is working on is going to be great - there are some revolutionary improvements in the works.
derelict wrote:has anyone a "direct" contact to bitmonster in order to do an "emergency move" of the whole site if needed and soon enough ?
jitterjames wrote:It is pretty weird that Bitmonster has never come back at all since February. I hope he is ok. Derelict, are you going to try to PM him? Or... do we need to make a group assault?
The main reason is, that I decided to switch all my automation and HTPC stuff to Linux, so I will no longer use EG daily.
jsonnabend wrote:Glad to hear someone has picked up the mantle of EG. Where is the SatoriHub source?
derelict wrote:The satori project sounds very promising..... but like it has been said in another thread.... if it's not quite stable and most of the needed plugins (PS3 remote anyone ?? ) have been ported... most people will not migrate to satori. It's a hard time for a new project to grow up in an alpha state!
While the Alpha version of SatoriHub does not include a mature capability yet, we are looking at innovative ways to enable rich two-way interfaces with SatoriHub from webbrowser and smart devices as well.
derelict wrote:however..... until that project is "stable" and usable, all informations and the plugins in this forum are still very much needed!
miljbee wrote:I have not tried satorihub yet, but since it's in alpha state, I would like to express some of my needs and ideas. Of course you can do whatever yiou want with this including just ignoring. It's your soft and I don't want to interfere with your vision or roadmap.
miljbee wrote:So here comes my suggestion for satorihub :
Provide ready to use classes for popular dev platforms that enables bidirectionnal dialog with satorihub.
With this, people who have programming skills but are not fluent with python could easily integrate there ideas in satorihub.
Good luck with SatoriHub !
I guess what it sounds like is that you have a use case that the existing plugins don't cover. I'd like to get the specifics on the use case(s), as I certainly want to get more developers working with SatoriHub.
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