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Roadmap / Flowchart
#1
To those who are wondering why some feature requests stay open so long, i made a small slowchart.

[Image: flowchart.jpg]

- Eventing: Pretty much done
- Config / Settings rewrite: Done.
- Doorbell ... Sensors: Done
- Database: Holding
- Energylogger: Holding
- Burgarly System: Holding

As you can see, separate modules are pretty much done. All work is currently put in properly integrating all separate pieces.
 
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#2
Oke, so we need to rethink config- settings` (or database integration) or are you already started that?
Searched the forum for some discussion on this.
How can users assist you with this 'config rewrite' ?
 
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#3
The best bit to start with is the database integration. One idea is to transform the current config.c file into a modular approach. So we can have the current json storage, but also mysql, sqlite, postgresql etc.

This is the config rewrite thread:
http://forum.pilight.org/Thread-pilight-...ht=pimatic
 
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#4
I still do think that you should have a close look at MongoDB

It's a NoSQL database which is using JSON objects.. totally in line with pilight!!!
 
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#5
Think a modular approach is the ideal world, but maybe beginning with a "pilight preferred database" ? While creating this 'preferred database' it can be made modular in the best way possible before setting up and trying another database ?
I'm not a programmer but I can imaging to create something in small steps and having the big picture always in mind before going to the second step.

Therefor, transforming config.c into a (more) modular way will be the initial first step, but out of my league regarding programming skills.

I do can ask some colleagues that are programmers to give their opinion for what it's worth...and maybe they get interested to join Wink
 
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#6
I can always create the basic modular infrastructure for this. Is not that difficult. As long as others are willing to create the modules.
 
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#7
Feedback on the new config structure (as currently implemented) can be given here:
http://forum.pilight.org/Thread-pilight-...74#pid8274
 
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