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=== Why isn't Noisebridge ''weirdly automated???'' ===
 
=== Why isn't Noisebridge ''weirdly automated???'' ===
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"Why, whatever do you mean ''weirdly automated''?"
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Automated and integrated and ''aliiiiiive!'' with projects like this:
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== Project Ideas ==
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1. Emergency Slack bot command => Triggers Mary speaking that message into Noisebridge (e.g., "I left my purse next to the soldering iron")
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2. Flaschen Taschen API (send it text or pictures over TCP, HTTP, or WebSockets => displays them) [EDIT: I (Steve) now see that [https://github.com/hzeller/flaschen-taschen/blob/master/doc/protocols.md#send-images-right-from-the-command-line some of this is already possible]]
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3. Service directory/service discovery service of things on the LAN
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== Perhaps-vague Project Category Ideas ==
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1. Voice to text => Mary => Triggers an action of hers
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2. "The Noisebridge API"; Noisebridge itself should feel like a programmable machine

Latest revision as of 11:02, 29 June 2017

We just have one question:

Why isn't Noisebridge weirdly automated???[edit]

"Why, whatever do you mean weirdly automated?"

Automated and integrated and aliiiiiive! with projects like this:


Project Ideas[edit]

1. Emergency Slack bot command => Triggers Mary speaking that message into Noisebridge (e.g., "I left my purse next to the soldering iron")

2. Flaschen Taschen API (send it text or pictures over TCP, HTTP, or WebSockets => displays them) [EDIT: I (Steve) now see that some of this is already possible]

3. Service directory/service discovery service of things on the LAN

Perhaps-vague Project Category Ideas[edit]

1. Voice to text => Mary => Triggers an action of hers

2. "The Noisebridge API"; Noisebridge itself should feel like a programmable machine