nikki at aminorjourney.com
Mon Sep 16 05:04:15 HKT 2013
I'm willing to give it a go. Who else?
On 15 Sep 2013, at 07:57, Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net> wrote:
> Been there, done that.
> Except trying to talk to IFTTT is like trying to have a conversation with a black hole. But, the IFTT black hole at least avoids Hawkings paradox by ensuring that zero information ever leaves.
> It would be fantastic to work with IFTTT, and I've written to them on countless occasions over the past few years, but zero replies (other than a boilerplate 'we are working on a SDK for third parties').
> Maybe if everyone here goes to ifttt.com/platform and requests an OVMS channel?
> Regards, Mark.
> On 15 Sep, 2013, at 4:55 AM, Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield <nikki at aminorjourney.com> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Probably a little late to the party, but just discovered If This Then That -- IFTTT.com. It's a great way of linking together different APIs in a very clever, fluid way.
>> You can apply to join up for the service. I wonder if an API for OVMS would be useful?
>> You could, for example:
>> •Email yourself when a certain SOC is met.
>> •Set particular charge cycles/pre-conditiong cycles when the weather forecast is for predetermined conditions.
>> •Set home automation when your car reaches the end of your street.
>> The possibilities are pretty endless. Of course, we'd need to work with ifttt.com to build the appropriate links between OVMS and the service….
>> https://ifttt.com/platform would be the first port of call.
>> As I see it, the service would really expand the possibility of OVMS, without the need for extra hardware or necessarily even a knowledge of programming for the end user.
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