are you thinking of including MySensors? I say this because I converted my vera edge to elzo and I don’t have any Zwave or Zigbee devices to test. I always used mysensors (Arduino and esp) but now I can’t use them anymore. I live in Brazil and here the Zwave devices are rare and very expensive
as i explained above, i am a vera user for many years, however, i live in brazil, where zwave devices are expensive and rare. all my resisdencial automation is made with arduino, Esp8266, esp32. all thanks to Mysensors, a project originally made for Vera. With that, a whole community was able to create slides at home, customize them and add to the vera controller. I would very much like you to take a good look at Mysensors, as they helped Vera’s users a lot. mysensors.org
I talked about Mqtt, as many devices can be configured to communicate with the controller through this protocol. So, many people would benefit if Elzo looks at this too. Example . Tasmota , espeasy, mysensors , etc.
I really appreciate your attention. This is really incredible for your team and the elzo vera community. I have always been attended to in all my problems. it really makes a lot of difference. The only thing I need to do is look at mysensors and mqtt with affection because I am sure that a driver that integrates this favors many people who do not have access to Zwave devices etc. Sorry about my bad English
I considered porting the mqtt plugin a while ago but at that time, the ezlo Engineering team suggested that they may integrate mqtt directly into the ezlo stack because they felt there may be benefit for the more resource constrained atom products. Haven’t heard back but going to wait before investing the time into porting the plugin - actually, right now I don’t have any spare development cycles anyway
thanks for the feedback. do you agree with me that an Mqtt implementation would attract many people to elzo? If so, it would already be a good argument for you to continue your fight for it. Great, I was happy to hear from you.