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Sorry nothing to see here yet. I registered the project early so as not to run into name conflicts with others. To see how well things are going take a look here (my private DollHouse pages). This project is not as abandoned as it might look.


The purpose of the DollHouse HA project is to initially enhance MisterHouse to allow it to work better on embedded systems and to improve MisterHouse overall (documentation and usability). The goals are to make it easy for the end user to use (a web based GUI), make it easy to administer (web GUI and CLI), make it flexible to develop and support new devices and protocols and to improve the overall documentation available via the MisterHouse Wiki.

Currently there is support for EIB/KNX, Insteon, UPB, X10, Ethernet attacked devices and X10. Along with various other devices such as weather stations and internet web sites.Download dollhouse files

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This is the DollHouse project ("DH")

This project was registered on on Jun 28, 2010, and is described by the project team as follows:

DollHouse is an Open Source Perl based HA project, based on Misterhouse, intended to run on small, low power, embedded Unix systems to monitor and control your home using off the shelf components, such as X10, Insteon, ZigBee, Z-Wave and other devices.

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