lemsto wrote:Any OpenSource soft that could be packaged ?
1) Have a look at OpenRemote
. It is as the name says open source, and also it is free. There is even a spk package that has been made by Patters. See http://pcloadletter.co.uk/2011/10/25/op ... -synology/
. He is not using it himself, so do post your questions at their forum http://www.openremote.org/display/forums
I did install the thing on my DS212+. In principle it works. They support a whole range of protocols. Zigbee and ZWave are not yet incorporated, but I understand they are working on Z-Wave. As I only have ZWave devices, I still use other software via my PC.
: There is some basic support for Z-Wave now
2) Though not open source, but still free, one also might have a look at Z-Wave>Me http://zwave.me
. This is a cloud-based controller with a client on the PC side, but is is also possible to install on a Linux machine. The client software needs to have a 24/7 connection, which would make a synobox a perfect client. As I have no Linux skills whatsoever, I have not tried that yet. They do license their software to big parties. So that might be something for Synology to look in. The downside is that you are restricted to the ZWave protocol, but there are over 600 certified Zwave devices these days.
3) There is a French delopment called SynoZwave
. They do even have a .spk package of a beta version
, which if I understand correctly supports a number of different Z-sticks. In package manager (DSM 4.0) you can install the package at your own risk via http://bilil.comuf.com/synozwave/repo
. There is a French forum here: http://www.maison-et-domotique.com/foru ... -synology/
. And also here on Synology we now have a thread viewtopic.php?f=27&t=52363