Top 20 Shell home-assistant Projects
:beginner: Home Assistant Operating SystemProject mention: Alternatives to Hubitat and Home Assistant | reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 2022-04-23
hass.io builds the whole gamut of images. There's a list at the bottom of the github page https://github.com/home-assistant/operating-system/releases/tag/8.0.rc2
Example Home Assistant ConfigsProject mention: Examples of home automation setups for inspiration | reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 2022-01-10
I'm one of the repositories listed. I've automated more things than I can count at this point. If you can dream it, it can be automated in an overly complicated way.
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Offline private voice assistant for many human languagesProject mention: Any FOSS voice assistant | reddit.com/r/fossdroid | 2022-06-19
Link dump of assistants I want to check out, sadly with a noticeable home-automation slant: Leon, github readme, self-hosted server susi.ai, github AI-centric approach to an app/voice/text assistant Mycroft AI more AI. Dedicated hardware planned. Jasper voice-centric assistant Rhasspy, forum offline assistant services Home Assistant OpenHAB home automation integrator Gladys home assistant
Hass.io add-on for zigbee2mqtt
Official Zigbee2MQTT Home Assistant add-on (by zigbee2mqtt)Project mention: Sonoff Zigbee 3.0 Dongle Plus | Setup. Flash, Zigbee2mqtt + MQTT Broker | reddit.com/r/MarkWattTech | 2022-01-30
Which repo do you think you linked wrong? I installed the addon via https://github.com/zigbee2mqtt/hassio-zigbee2mqtt
Studio Code Server - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
AdGuard Home - Home Assistant Community Add-onsProject mention: Home Assistant – open-source home automation | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-15
Nice to see HA getting some love on HN. A colleague recommended it to me about 3 years ago as an alternative to Domoticz. I've migrated back than and haven't looked back since. I consider myself a real Home Assistant enthousiast. I've contributed some small amounts to the project, created and maintain my own add-ons and love to share my configuration with others.
Although most of the things currently just work, especially with the (migrated) UI integrations. Some things still feel very unfinished, like blueprints. Which was a terrific idea, but maintaining and keeping those up to date is an absolute nightmare and you will have to that yourself . Same with battery powered devices. When they work, it's all great, but having to watch their battery level is just a hassle. You can create your own automation to do that for you, but it seems unnecessary.
For me the community also sometimes feels very hostile. For instance, you can have a Portainer add-on, but installing other Docker images makes your system 'unsupported'. Same with some blacklisted images , which break Home Assistant Supervisor. Or when the maintainer of one of the add-ons completely ignores a breaking issue after a day .
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motionEye - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
Nginx Proxy Manager - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
SSH & Web Terminal - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
WireGuard - Home Assistant Community Add-onsProject mention: My smart home 2021: A Home Assistant love story | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-02-17
There are three major cloud components. Alexa and Google integrations both have open options that are documented by NC and you are welcome to use them. There’s a lot of setup as you need to deal with a semi-complex config on AWS or GCP which can be challenging if you’re new to those environments, but they work as well as the paid NC option.
The remote access proxy service doesn’t really have an open equivalent but there are tons of other supported solutions out there for secure remote access to your Home Assistant install. One example add-on, developed and supported by an NC employee: https://github.com/hassio-addons/addon-wireguard
In short, the paid cloud services provide an easier path to solutions you can deploy for yourself if you wish. Those services cost NC money to host, so asking for money isn’t too far out there. Of course, that money is more than what the cloud parts cost, and what we all get in return is a team of skilled developers working on the project and releasing everything for free.
Apocrathia's Home Assistant Configuration Files (by Apocrathia)
Back up your Hass.io snapshots and other local files to Dropbox
Network UPS Tools - Home Assistant Community Add-onsProject mention: UPS Monitoring | reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 2022-05-11
Glances - Home Assistant Community Add-ons
Collection of Home Assistant add-ons that use rtl_433Project mention: Motions Sensors / Alarm Company | reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 2021-12-23
There's this one, that auto-discovers things. If you live in the middle of no-where that might be OK. Personally, there's like thousands of 433MHz around me (mostly car tire pressure sensors), so having HA ingest all of those would be a nightmare.
Home Assistant Core - TrueNAS CORE Community PluginProject mention: Notes and tips from a CORE to SCALE upgrade, including ~10 jails. Home Assistant and influxdb were the tricky ones. | reddit.com/r/truenas | 2022-03-14
Way back when, if you installed HA Core as a TrueNAS CORE Community Plugin, hopefully you followed these instructions to store your homeassistant_config directory to an external dataset. It will make your migration will be pretty easy.
Raspberry Pi GuideProject mention: Raspberry Pi Guide | reddit.com/r/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS | 2022-06-01
Home Assistant addons by pschmitt (by pschmitt)
Hassio Add-on. Passive Bluetooth presence detection of beacons, cell phones, and other Bluetooth devices.
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Here's an updated KITT from Knight Rider I made using an RP2040.
1 project | reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi | 7 Jun 2022
Alternatives to Hubitat and Home Assistant
4 projects | reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 23 Apr 2022
Org Mode. Is there a way to say something like hey Google, new to do, buy some milk, and then have Google append that todo as an org file (on my drop box or other synced file system)?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/emacs | 30 Mar 2022
NGINX Home Assistant add-in won't start - says Port 443 already in use
1 project | reddit.com/r/nginxproxymanager | 25 Mar 2022
Sonoff Zigbee 3.0 Dongle Plus | Setup. Flash, Zigbee2mqtt + MQTT Broker
1 project | reddit.com/r/MarkWattTech | 30 Jan 2022
It's from my college's hackathon (coding contest). How could they Google is not in Linux, now I don't feel like participating :(!
1 project | reddit.com/r/linuxmasterrace | 29 Jan 2022
Running WireGuard on Home Assistant OS w/ PiHole
1 project | reddit.com/r/WireGuard | 16 Nov 2021
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