I need another week to finalize the source code, and get it on
Sourceforge -- there is some code in there that we don't own, so need
to remove that and get things working again.
Thanks for the interest,
Reply by Zan●March 11, 20052005-03-11
One more thing....for now, you can download and install the server
software on a Windows machine. Once installed, you can run the
emulator, and check the Windows server out -- this is all free.
Most of the logic is written in JScript, and is already open source --
that is, there are about 20K lines of script installed in the "script"
directory that you can check out.
We haven't started on the Linux code yet -- I'm looking for some help
on that one.
Reply by Neil Cherry●March 11, 20052005-03-11
On 11 Mar 2005 13:42:10 -0800, Zan wrote:
> Hi Neil,
> I need another week to finalize the source code, and get it on
> Sourceforge -- there is some code in there that we don't own, so need
> to remove that and get things working again.
I checked out your web site -- home automation is a big part of this
project. I like what you are doing.
Keeping this product going is my goal. Originally, it was a prototype
for an in-wall controller. We tried to get some VC money, but the MBAs
kicked our you know whats.
Now, I have a bunch of parts and tons of source code. So I decided to
make it open source, and sell the parts as a kit.