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See: Bricodash for project details

Current Tasks Outstanding

  • sous veil
    • enable SSL for camera feeds
  • slack channel
    • correctly format quoted content with left-hand bar
  • reliability
    • add toggle-enabled diagnostic clock tick function
    • find new sweet spot for camera throttling given new network conditions
    • replace failing microSD on pishop (and restart daily cron reboot)
    • add route to trigger a pishop browser cache flush
  • documentation
    • flesh out Bricodash Future Ideas, explaining known requirements for each
    • redraft lists in calendar sections as tables
  • cloud log
  • calendars
    • confirm names on shared birthdays are randomized
    • refactor brite search by location routine to common library
    • add nyc resistor, fat cat fab lab, and makerbar to Community Calendar
    • finish fleshing out remainder of movable feasts for Community Calendar
    • enable toggling between Welcome header and holiday greetings ^
    • discard low priority "Holiday" events when today is overcrowded
  • cleanup
    • refactor source files from initial launch
    • squish and push upstream

Instagram Integration

  • add Instagram to Weird Photos and HM Cloud Log — this requires creating pages on Facebook under the new Graph API

Twitter Integration

  • add Twitter to Weird Photos and HM Cloud Log — this requires emailing to get a dev account, then honoring Twitter's Display Requirements

Slack Calendar Response Bot

  • interactive bot response to "What's happening?"

MJPEG Gateway Server

At some point, the gateway should be migrated to a system service running on its own port.

  • rewrite MJPG gateway as a dedicated server on own port

Draft a Privacy Policy

  • draft privacy policy (per API reqs for public sites)

Buzzer-Activated IR Remote

Additionally, there are plans to tie a ceiling-mounted IR remote into the intercom buzzer to toggle inputs on the TV. The idea would be that when the buzzer sounds, the remote would switch from the dashboard (on Chromecast) to a dedicated full screen camera input. After a delay the input would be toggled back to the Chromecast-hosted dashboard. Such an arrangement would free up the dashboard screen real-estate currently devoted to an around-the-clock camera feed—as, realistically, the only time one needs a camera feed is when a visitor is buzzing to be let in.

Alternatively, the buzzer-activated full-screen display of the door camera might be implemented by conveying the door buzzer signal to the back-end server on bricolage, which could then trigger the full-screen effect on the dashboard. However, the potential latency of such a configuration, coupled with processing power limitations of the Chromecast, make this a less attractive option. Well, that, and why do with software what you can do by cannibalizing an old remote control?

  • integrate with custom buzzer-activated IR remote hack