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I couldn't find a product that could open my curtains so I made my own
2 projects | /r/3Dprinting | 10 Jan 2022
Thanks, I'm going to look into this some more. I'm starting to collect quite a few tasmota devices that need a lot of config changes when deployed, so it would be nice to centrally manage all of the local device settings. Someone did write an Ansible role to manage Tasmota configs, though.
UniFi Network Application 6.5.54
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Dec 2021
OpenWISP (https://openwisp.org) tries to do this and it's Python and Django based.
Last time I checked it out, it seems like they keep configuration in an intermediate format that is then translated to manufacturer-specific formats, so it should be possible to build a Unifi converter for that.
Open source SDN software (in the style of UniFi or Omada) for use with OpenWRT access points?
2 projects | /r/openwrt | 25 Aug 2021
OpenWISP (might be closest thing I've seen to what you're looking for)
Ubiquiti is accused of covering up a ‘catastrophic’ data breach — and it’s not denying it
4 projects | /r/homeautomation | 1 Apr 2021
Time to flash openwrt and use openwisp?
Whistleblower: Ubiquiti Breach “Catastrophic”
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Mar 2021
For those using OpenWRT looking for a central controller which can be installed on-premise: https://openwisp.org/2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Mar 2021
I think you are wrong. I have been working on https://openwisp.org for some time and implementing a controller which is robust and can handle many different corner cases and offer good functionality and also ease of use is a challenge and requires several people working full time on it. Even simple functionality it's a lot of work, unless for simple you mean really trivial. If it wasn't hard, there would be many alternatives but as far as I know there aren't many.
What are some alternatives?
openmptcprouter - OpenMPTCProuter is an open source solution to aggregate multiple internet connections using Multipath TCP (MPTCP) on OpenWrt
WiFiMeshRaspberryPi - Workshop to create a sensor application over a WiFi Mesh network
wifiphisher - The Rogue Access Point Framework
tasmotizer - ESP... The time has come to... Tasmotize!
ansible-role-zerotier - Ansible module to manage ZeroTier
openwisp-monitoring - Network monitoring system written in Python and Django, designed to be extensible, programmable, scalable and easy to use by end users: once the system is configured, monitoring checks, alerts and metric collection happens automatically.
ansible-openwrt - Ansible collection to configure your OpenWrt devices more quickly and automatically (without Python)
ansible-openwrt - Manage OpenWRT and derivatives with Ansible but without Python
unifi-controller - Open source Unifi controller
bitwarden_rs - Unofficial Bitwarden compatible server written in Rust, formerly known as bitwarden_rs [Moved to: https://github.com/dani-garcia/vaultwarden]
addon-bitwarden - Vaultwarden (Bitwarden) - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
HiveMind-core - Join the OVOS collective, utils for OpenVoiceOS mesh networking