GNU Remotecontrol 2.0 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 26 April 2016 at 07:59 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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One of the less talked about GNU projects is GNU remotecontrol. GNU's Remotecontrol project is about being a web-based interface to IP-enabled thermostats and similar building automation devices, but is primarily about IP-enabled thermostats.

If this is your first time hearing about GNU remotecontrol there is this GNU.org documentation page for the project. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find an easy list of the supported devices by GNU remotecontrol.

With the GNU Remotecontrol 2.0 release, the code was written as an MVC architecture, implements a data abastraction layer, now boasts a single configuration file, adds various new settings and features, adds role-based security, and enhances error reporting. There are also various other tweaks with this program.

Those wanting to learn more about GNU Remotecontrol 2.0 can visit savannah.gnu.org.
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