This episode we focus on your feedback. Steve describes automating his Christmas tree. We give you some tips for getting started with Home Assistant. A new version of Firefox has been released with new privacy sandboxing features, and as always your calls go to the front of the line.
-- During The Show --
01:00 Steve's Automation
- Automating Steve's Christmas Tree
- What IOT is allowed in Steve's House
07:00 Open Source Alternative to Planning Center? - Dustin
11:15 Charlie Suggestions for Pi Audio - Charlie
- BEHRINGER Audio Interface
- XTUGA E22 2i2 USB
- YOUSHARES USB Audio Interface
13:45 Tim Asks
- Focus right 2i2
- One Channel per "Drum Voice"
- RME Babyface
18:30 Caller Cody
- Home Assistant alerts?
- Home Assistant App
- GSM SIM Card
- Better Connection to RaspberryPi GPIO
- ESP32 and ESP8266
- Argon One for RaspberryPi
27:50 Datacenter in the cloud - Jon
- Follow up coming
- Send in your questions!
29:29 Backups - RC
- Industry Standard is "fluid"
- LUKs is still the predominant solution
- LUKs puts the key in the header
- Hidden Volumes
- ZFS Native Encryption
- Try OpenSuse
- General Purpose OS
- Look for what sets OpenSuse apart
- Write in!
38:47 Kpovoc Asked
- Start with automating Lights
- Automate your Garage Door
- Volumio Alarm Clock
- Clear Tones
- Start with RaspberryPi
- Anything you find useful
44:25 Gadget of the Week
- Blackmagic ATEM 1 M/E
- Blackmagic ATEM Switcher on B&H Photo
- Requires Windows/Mac Software to configure
47:35 Firefox 95 Release
- Mozilla.org Article
- RLBox Sandboxing
49:38 Plasma Mobile Gear 21.12 is Out
- Transitioning to ModemManager
- Fixed External Displays on Plasma Mobile
- Bug Fixes/Improvements
- Bottom nav bar
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