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down the Node-Red rabbit hole, part 5 - hold my beer
part1part2part3part4 so, it's been 4 months since i started this journey and i gotta say that NR has really re-vitalized my personal interest in home-automation, as well as, my HA and whole house setup. i've done more in the past 4 months, to streamline my setup and adding new automations than i've done in the three years since i started using HA somewhere around v0.24.x'ish. i got that shit dialed in now. (also some credit to EspHome for being awesome, despite having meh documentation. yeah, i said it. meh👏doc👏u👏men👏ta👏shun) at this point i have about 36 NR tabs. some are just testing, or playing around with a particular component/palette, but most have at least one flow on it that is live and in use. so, i thought i'd break some of them down for you guys, 'barney style+': (also, some of these are way to huge to post readable screenshots of, so i'm just gonna describe them. plus some of these i detailed in my previous posts.) first up is my globals. where i set global.vars
sets the day/night thermostat values, so i only need to edit them in one place.
looks at my power usage on my 'dumb' tv via sonoff s31 and sets a tv on/off global.var
gets the current volume of my sonos
gets the battery status of my iphone
sets the location status of my iphone according to my unifi link
pulls the current weather info from darksky
posts a NR heartbeat to a mqtt topic (that HA watches for and sends alert if missing for more than 10min, i think it's my only automation still running in HA)
sets/gets global quiet time
won't let alexa set the thermostat to anything less than 70 or higher than 86. since that one time i told her 78 and she heard 8, and set it to 8. dumb bitch.
sets dryer on/off by reading the SCT/Esp8266 sensor value.
same for washer
a 'feed the fish' reminder for alexa to TTS
use twilio to send me SMS as my standard notify, but i only have the single send node for me. all my flows that send texts use a link node to this flow.
other housemates SMS linked send nodes.
turn shit on
turn shit off
and shake it all about
similar to above
less shaking about, especially in the mornings.
i have made it a little smarter by using the HA workday component, so now it won't wake me up on holidays. https://imgur.com/66KNbfB
if bedroom door opens, and i'm not home, flash the light blue/red, alexa TTS: 'the cops are coming' (total bluff), send SMS alerts.
same for bedroom window
i plan to add live video via the newer iOS app soonish.
edit: forgot to mention, i also now have a petsitter IB, so when thats on it will not set off the alarm, so my housemates can feed my fish. i still get text alerts that my door opened tho.
'sleep mode' drops the volume of my sonos by 1% per 1 minute. vol30 = 30m. when 0, stops music, sets volume back to original.
pings my internal servers/VMs and then texts me if they don't respond after 10m.
checks heartbeat mqtt of each of my esp8266s and then texts me if they don't respond after 10m.
checks heartbeat mqtt of my unifi and then texts me if it doesn't respond after 10m.
watches the temp on my bitcoin miner, alerts if gets too high.
watches the temp on my bedroom sensor, alerts if gets too high.
battery (the nodes are very similar to above)
i have a .sh running via cron on my macbook air & work macbook that post the current battery percentage to mqtt, so when the batteries go below certain threshold it turns on the charger, gets to 100% turns off. it's also send text message if it's below 10%.
i have an input_boolean on the HA front end, when on, it...
turns on/off the aquarium light
sets the thermostat to global.away_temp
one button push to backup my spotify playlists. link
every 3m, records what song listening to. this works on any spotify device i happen to be using. i don't even have to be home. i could be in the grocery store and it'll post what my AirBuds are blaring via spotify. nifty.
randomly picks from 12 affirmative responses. i use it on all my switch commands as an alexa acknowledgment.
this one i'm really proud of. it watches the Alamo Drafthouse (movie theater chain) for the two theaters near me, for when new tickets go on sale, then texts me. it keeps a list of the current titles listed, hits their site for a json, then compares if anything new is on the that list. if five new titles got added, i get five texts.
i've even shared this with a few select friends, by adding in their theatetext numbers. they love it. today i bought the first Alien 4K restoration tickets. last week i got tickets to 'an evening with adam savage' minutes after they went on sale.
so, yeah. i'd like to see some of you post some of your flows/ideas if only so i could totally steal them. . . +obscure skippy joke. it's from a book++. ++yes i read. well, i audiobook, but same diff+++. +++i mean, it's just basic science!++++ ++++i mean, that study coulda been bullshit, sponsored by "the audiobook council" or some shit, but i'm taking it at face value.
The /r/btc China Dispatch: Episode 9 - F2Pool Becomes the First Chinese Mining Pool to Support Classic… Sort Of
Hello there, /btc, and welcome to another edition of the China Dispatch. It seems there is hardly a dull moment in Bitcoin-land these days as the Core Team’s now infamous Hong Kong consensus meeting has left not only many smaller Chinese miners expressing dissatisfaction with the approach of Adam Beck, et al., larger pools are now also breaking rank, with F2Pool announcing an unconventional approach to give their miners a voice in - to borrow a phrase from Brian Armstrong - the great Bitcoin “election” of 2016. As previously posted here, F2Pool recently announced on the 8btc forums that they have established an address for miners who wish to include the version number for Bitcoin Classic in their blocks, without actually running a Classic node in the process so as not to “violate the consensus.” What follows is the original thread containing the announcement, translated from Chinese to English. Note that this announcement has stirred up a lot of interesting commentary within the Chinese bitcoin community, including an interesting post on Bikeji entitled “Calling on F2Pool to Immediately Stop Using Core Nodes to Broadcast Blocks with Classic Version Numbers!” I plan to have this post as well as additional related content translated and posted by tomorrow around this same time. [OP] Submitted by ralsax (First Mate) Subject: Are there no Classic pools in China? I recently saw that there are a couple of pools outside of China. Have any of the big players in China managed to get a Classic pool up and running? Right now those who have hash power have no voting rights while pool operators without any hash power of their own are holding meetings. It seems to me that some people who control hashing power are being used as pawns without so much as an opportunity to choose for themselves. [Reply #1] Submitted by macbook-air (Deckhand) F2Pool Classic Testing: stratum+tcp://stratum.f2xtpool.com:3333 [Reply #2] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) @macbook-air It looks like you’re using a new account. Could you please go to bitcointalk and post within the F2Pool thread to confirm that you’re the leader of F2Pool? [Reply #3] Submitted by macbook-air (Deckhand) @kcb [In English:] Believe it, or Not [Reply #4] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) @macbook-air I hope that you’re the actual leader of the pool, since that would make me very happy personally. I just want to carefully vet this information before I announce it elsewhere, since I can’t find any other information regarding your testing on any of the other forums. You don’t need to use a snarky line like “believe it or not.” Your words and actions represent F2Pool. [Reply #5] Submitted by macbook-air (Deckhand) @kcb [In English:] Believe it or not is the name of a museum. http://www.ripleys.com/ [Translator’s note: it seems that macbook-air was not trying to be snarky, in the “you can believe it or not, I don’t care” sense, but more irreverent in the “believe it or not, we’re doing this awesome thing” sense.] [Reply #6] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) @macbook-air Peoplma on Reddit was able to confirm your information via the F2Pool dashboard. Thanks to Shenyu for providing miners with the freedom to make their own choices. [*Reply #7] Submitted by Ma_Ya (Captain) This is only a test rather than official support. Look at the domain name: f2xtpool.com F2Pool’s domain name is http://f2pool.com. That is to say they’re drawing a parallel between Classic and XT and we all know what happened to XT. It’s also important to note that they’re actually running version 0.12.0 of Core, while writing in the Classic version number for version voting purposes. That is, fundamentally this is only a voting mechanism rather than real support. I imagine that when Classic votes begin to approach 75%, F2Pool will probably no longer continue their strategy of running Core just as a means of voting for classic blocks, in order to avoid falsely activating the hard fork. F2Pool has already pledged that they will not run Classic, and in fact they continue to make good on that promise, but they never promised that they wouldn’t vote for Classic. In general you run Core to vote for Core and you run Classic to vote for Classic. On the other hand, F2Pool is running Core while voting for Classic. F2Pool really is clever. There’s a reason that they are the biggest pool in terms of hashpower without having any hashpower of their own. [Reply #8] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) Maybe Chinese people are too used to “being represented.” Why is it that everything has to be decided by someone else, by letting others represent you at some meeting and then decide your consensus? Smaller Chinese miners need to unite and demand that some of the large pools provide Classic ports so that users are free to choose and can vote with their feet. Otherwise pools are doing nothing more than treating smaller miners’ hashpower as their own, and once a Classic pool becomes available they will be abandoned by their users. Do the pool owners really think they are some kind of People’s Congress? Just because you signed a consensus statement doesn’t mean that all your pool’s users would have been willing to sign. [Reply #9] Submitted by DogeCoin-Keeper (Pirate King) @kcb That’s just the way it is. Chinese people are just like that at the genetic level. Actually I think that the BTC system and our current financial system are basically the same: in both cases you have a minority of people representing the majority and the minority decide the direction of the majority based on their own interests. I’m quickly losing faith in this kind of system. [Reply #10] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) @DogeCoin-Keeper I actually feel exactly the opposite. I am committed to Bitcoin exactly because I have seen how it is capable of disrupting the current system whereby the few decide the fate of the many. I am also Chinese and it was only after being exposed to Bitcoin that I began to slowly change and understand that there is nobody out there who will look after your own interests - in all things you have to make decisions and take action for yourself. Pools are slowly starting to provide miners with the option of freely choosing which version to mine on. We are already entering an era where miners make judgements on their own, vote based on their own hashpower and decide the fate of the industry into which they have personally invested. [Reply #11] Submitted by DogeCoin-Keeper (Pirate King) @kcb Just look how these developers act and then look at how capricious the pools are. It’s totally ridiculous and no different than the CCP’s Development and Reform Commission. What use is it to have the miners vote? It’s useless if the users don’t buy their coins. [Reply #12] Submitted by kcb (Deckhand) @DogeCoin-Keeper Obviously miners will have to determine for themselves what version they should mine in order to have the most buyers of their coins. Everything will be fine as long as at least 51% of the miners are not stupid. [Reply #13] Submitted by ALL-IN (First Mate) If the pools don’t give the miners a say or a choice then four years down the line they will pay for their shortsightedness. [Reply #14] Submitted by ralsax This is an opportunity for new pools and smaller pools. Those who react adeptly will gain market share.
Im drinking. vodka and orange juice, hi pasha drink some live longer. This game for mac on a macbook air 4 gigs of ram is not for competitive anymore, it was, where there hasn't been much updates, where I am running many background applications like twitch streaming, bitcoin miner, where I know for a fact the condition of the game has gone down significantly pre 2015 when I started. I just saw one dude with an expensive graphics card hop over a chicken and as I get drunker, I could only wish to have such a bright daylight where my game lags, even without touching the keyboard where I suppose a peripheral uses less resources than having to use a mouse where I think the game for macbook air lost its ground since november 27 2016 glove update. I don't want to blame the glove update, but using the controller feels like its getting worse, maybe because I started streaming and I care less about performance where I just want to play the game, I wish valve would make dreams come true and fix the game for mac. I think that only a 20 percent boost where hrtf doesnt miss bandwidth or unheard shots steps or plants, or sprays where my game assumes it has 59 fps high, where while playing it is way below 21 fps where I feel that its probably gonna get worse with the next update. I wish valve could make this game playable and faster with less resources, where I would feel that with a controller I have a good game, right now after playing 9 rounds of cobble, I surrendered my team because they were losing, on top of not winning 1 single round at silver 1 the quality of the game using more than enough minimum requirements made me turn off my twitch stream, the game and steam altogether, Just for that two or three seconds of missing sounds, fps delay, full spray that half of the shots are unheard plus the fps delay where I think as a major threat valve could deliver the best csgo, so that I could play the best csgo.
Bill Gates says that people overestimate what will happen in 5 years, but underestimate what will happen in 10. However, since I run an app business, I really need to estimate what will happen in 1 year. Here are my tech predictions, biased towards my space:
A handful of unicorns will IPO this year. Half will pop; Half will putter.
In the run-up to these IPOs, the unicorns will continue to show skin and possible pivots, such as Snap Spectacles, in order to inflate their IPO prices. This means random, possibly unrelated, yet interesting, products coming from Dropbox, Lyft, Uber, and maybe more from Snapchat.
Subscription pricing for productivity apps on iOS, as led by Bear Notes, will lead to a small boom in small teams or indie developers finding new careers as caretakers for polished, niche productivity apps. Meanwhile, some standard-bearers, such as Sketch or Omnigraffle, will finally have their version of Adobe Creative Cloud for themselves. Sketch and Omnigraffle are already great, so it won't make them better, but it'll mean more profits for them, and possibly the opportunity to unseat giants like Microsoft and Adobe.
This year will feel like the worst year for piracy. The end of Kickass Torrents, the end of What.CD, the flood of piracy notices from ISPs, combined with better tech from legit services, such as offline downloads on Netflix and Amazon Prime, all extrapolate to these possibilities: the end of Pirate Bay, the decimation of file lockers, stricter reporting requirements on VPNs, as well as offline downloading from HBO GO, or better apps finally from the smaller content providers, such as Comedy Central or AMC.
Password management will still be awful, despite some incremental bone that Apple may throw to the world, such as keyboard extensions that can be used by password managers. More attempts will be made at a unified SSO (single sign-on), but the economics won't work well for consumer providers. For example, Google or Facebook may have trouble agreeing on how to make a shared SSO, or maybe the fact that your SSO is tied to Google / Facebook / iCloud is a deal-breaker since people want to control their password managers.
Microsoft will have a black swan in consumer tech adoption. Satya Nadella's chickens will finally come to roost, but we won't know exactly where. Maybe the maturity of Xamarin leads to a boom in cross-platform app development. Maybe people wake up and realize the Surface Pro is better than the iPad Pro. Maybe the decline in Apple gaming, the weakness in consoles, the tepid reaction to Steam machines, and the low cost of video cards, all lead to a new opening for Windows gaming rigs.
Superapplications like WeChat, won't take off in America because it's not the American way. We like our separate apps, with separate interfaces, designed and marketed to us by independent developers. WeChat is more of an Asian phenomenon, due to a couple of cultural differences: the command economy of China; the weird fragmentation of the non-iOS / non-Android phones, which incentivize single portals; our higher standards for app quality, thanks to greater purchasing power.
I don't own an Alexa, which is a big gap in my knowledge of tech, but voice assistants will continue to grow. However, it won't lead to a boom for app developers like the App Store did. The integrations really only work for simple interactions. Consider my Tarot app: You could ask a voice assistant to give a reading for the day, but you couldn't ask her to give you a five-card spread. You could order a ride from Uber, but you couldn't adjust the location or comparison shop. Voice assistants benefit large players who can afford to do these narrow integrations with the different assistants. Because players like Spotify are so big, the benefit to adopting each niche platform is worth it. It's like the Apple Watch: It's a valuable platform, but not singular enough to justify dedicated Apple Watch businesses.
Chat bots will continue to be uninteresting, mainly because the same interfaces where they're used are also places where interactive apps live (voice assistants live in the air, chat bots live on phones). Yes, there are chat bots within Facebook messenger, but you can also just tap the home button and access fully interactive versions of those same apps from Google Play or Apple's App Store. Then you won't have to be limited by the unpredictable interactivity of chat bots. That's essentially the cost-benefit of chat bots and voice assistants to the user: Is the convenience of not having to pull out your phone and learn a funky interface worth the hassle of Siri or Alexa getting it wrong? The cost-benefit, therefore, works in narrow, repeatable use-cases: "Alexa, order me extra Tide; Siri order me an Uber."
MacBooks will still be the best laptops money can buy, but Microsoft will have closed the gap a little bit more.
The table currently set in the smartphone space will be the same a year from now. Android will still have the market share, Apple will still have the profits. Even as Google Nexus gains on the iPhone, savvy shoppers will want the best, and so they will still want iPhones. Unsavvy ones will remain satisfied with Androids. The ratio of unsavvy to savvy shoppers will remain the same.
Some non-China, non-India country will be a tiger to rise from the ashes of the commodity super-cycle bust. Possible candidates: Mexico in the service sector, Vietnam or a Vietnam-like country to pick up the manufacturing slack, some African country on the Atlantic coast, maybe for manufacturing, or maybe even in the service sector. It's only historical that we can't conceive of call centers in Africa.
Bitcoin will be greater than $1,000, but no greater than $2,000, which is essentially saying that Bitcoin has few if any surprises in store on the horizon. It has survived its biggest risk, which is that with fees and slow transactions, people will stop adopting Bitcoin. The ecosystem is too useful and the benefits for laundering money too great, for people to worry about those trivial things. I don't know whether Bitcoin will or will not adopt a conservative tech upgrade, like Bitcoin Unlimited, or a wild one, like Segwit, but I know that the miners, who hold all the cards, won't adopt anything risky. As for the upside, all the wild scenarios of years past, such as everybody using Bitcoin instead of cash to make ordinary purchases, have faded. However, it's a deflationary currency by design, so demand will rise as capital controls increase and national currencies depreciate, meanwhile the number of coins stays the same.
I set up MacMiner to mine dogecoin on my macbook air's CPU (yes I know its bad for my computer but I have free electricity and I want some doge), but for some reason, it seems like I'm not actually mining. Now, I have used my processor to mine for bitcoin in the past, and as little as it did get me, it did work. Now, I'm looking for some help on mining dogecoin. In the dock, the icon shows that I'm getting ~900Kh, I'm not sure if thats realistic or what, but when in the updating log file, it says I'm getting 0 Kh/s. Here is the log file
atum from pool 0 requested work update 5s: 1.23 avg: 0.62 u: 0.00 Mh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:720.0 avg:584.4 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:419.9 avg:550.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:244.9 avg:520.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 15:59:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 15:59:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s:447.0 avg:531.4 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s: 1.11 avg: 0.61 u: 0.00 Mh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:646.9 avg:579.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:376.8 avg:553.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:219.1 avg:529.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 15:59:53] Testing pool http://184.108.40.206:9332 [2014-01-29 15:59:53] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 15:59:53] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 220.127.116.11:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 15:59:53] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 18.104.22.168:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 15:59:54] Stratum connect failed to pool 2: Failed connect to 22.214.171.124:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 15:59:53] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s: 1.38 avg: 0.62 u: 0.00 Mh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s: 1.10 avg: 0.63 u: 0.00 Mh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:896.2 avg:624.1 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:814.6 avg:626.0 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:768.3 avg:628.0 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:738.4 avg:629.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:00:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 16:00:24] Testing pool http://126.96.36.199:9332 [2014-01-29 16:00:24] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 188.8.131.52:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 16:00:24] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 184.108.40.206:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 16:00:24] Stratum connect failed to pool 2: Failed connect to 220.127.116.11:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 16:00:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s:669.3 avg:627.9 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:664.2 avg:628.7 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:649.5 avg:628.6 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:631.5 avg:627.9 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:658.4 avg:629.7 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:633.6 avg:628.9 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:00:52] New block: ...e68b4917 #283096 diff 2.19G (15.70Ph/s) [2014-01-29 16:00:52] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block [2014-01-29 16:00:54] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 16:00:52] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block [2014-01-29 16:00:54] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s:587.1 avg:626.0 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:477.3 avg:618.4 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:415.6 avg:611.6 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:378.2 avg:605.0 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:352.7 avg:598.5 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:01:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 16:01:23] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s:962.8 avg:629.7 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:01:24] Testing pool http://18.104.22.168:9332 [2014-01-29 16:01:24] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 22.214.171.124:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 16:01:24] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 126.96.36.199:9332; Connection refused [2014-01-29 16:01:24] Stratum connect failed to pool 2: Failed connect to 188.8.131.52:9332; Connection refused 5s:711.7 avg:623.2 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:01:33] New block: ...23a8e95a #283097 diff 2.19G (15.70Ph/s) [2014-01-29 16:01:33] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block [2014-01-29 16:01:33] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block 5s:731.1 avg:626.4 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none [2014-01-29 16:01:35] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update [2014-01-29 16:01:35] Stratum from pool 0 requested work update 5s:679.3 avg:625.8 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none 5s:543.3 avg:620.1 u: 0.0 kh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none
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