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Franck's idea and using the Camp to Camp connector are good ideas. Can someone setup a github or launchpad for this? It's probably worth taking the discussion off the mailing list.
I'll try to put together a demo video of what I've hacked together.
I'm working on finishing the ability to send text to any coordinates on an LCD screen through a REST GET call. I'll also play with some motor control as I have a ton of motor drivers and encoders from a boxing robot I've been working on. [1]

On Aug 29, 2014 7:07 AM, "Alejandro Santana" < [2] > wrote:
Maybe odoo generic connector is useful here too: [3]
Alejandro Santana [4]
ANUBÍA, soluciones en la nube, S.L. [5]

El 29/08/2014 14:18, "Stephen Mack" < [6] > escribió:
I tend to agree with Frank.  Maybe what should be developed is an odoo module that defines or adopts a protocol to:   * accept data from a device   * store the data in the odoo database

* allow the user to add a definition to the data   * report on the data   * alert on the data (would be wonderful)
Since we come from many different backgrounds with very different needs it might be impractical to require the use of a specific device.  Each user could release their device specific code as examples that others could build upon but the "standard protocol" would be the same.

This way we end up with a product that is flexible and is a generic tool that can be applied to many problems not just one.

On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 3:33 AM, Franck Le Gall < [7] > wrote:

I am quite involved in Internet of Things research projects  and many interoperability standards are emerging and accompanying
middleware, that would abstract devices connection  exist.  Any temptation to develop specific Odoo devices adapters should probably avoid as reinventing the wheel at the risk of being too device/brand specific.

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