Revisiting the JET design May 31, 2017
There’s not much point sprinkling wireless nodes around the house without also a solid central infrastructure to collect data and manage the outbound control requests.
Some readers may remember HouseMon and its successor project, called JET. While minimal, I’ve been running the JET “hub” here for a few years, to keep logs and to publish all collected packets to MQTT.
Recent experience with Folie has adjusted my views about the main JET architecture, so this week is about the changes I have in mind and how to take JET further again:
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