Fedora Update Notification
2017-08-10 15:18:03.831858

Name        : domoticz
Product     : Fedora 25
Version     : 3.8153
Release     : 2.fc25
URL         : http://www.domoticz.com
Summary     : Open source Home Automation System
Description :
Domoticz is a Home Automation System that lets you monitor and configure various
devices like: Lights, Switches, various sensors/meters like Temperature, Rain,
Wind, UV, Electra, Gas, Water and much more. Notifications/Alerts can be sent to
any mobile device

Update Information:

Version 3.8153 (July 30th 2017)  - Fixed: Camera Editor, will now always refresh
thumbnail in table - Fixed: Devices could become invisible when a scene/group
was added to the 'hidden devices' room plan with the same idx - Fixed: JSon
float/nan value, solved by upgrading JSonCPP - Fixed: OZW, when a value is
updated and the sensor did not exists before (for example a kWh sensor), it is
created (saves a restart) - Fixed: Daemonize compatible with Systemd forking
type - Changed: Blinds T5 till T13 new DeviceID generation, could cause new
sensors - Changed: Lessen rounding errors for computed energy - Changed:
Minimized On/Off/Script execution time - Changed: SolarEdgeAPI, now only needs
API Key - Changed: Support symlinks for plugin and theme directories - Changed:
Switch type 'Door Lock' renamed to 'Door Contact' - Changed: Temperature Only
charts will not display the Humidity axis - Changed: Wind Direction Graph, if
sensor does not supports 'Gust', the 'Speed' value is used - Changed: Updated
OpenZWave (and configuration files) - Implemented: Added a new parameter to
disable the logging of event script triggers 'Script event triggered: ...' -
Implemented: AppLamp/LimitLess bridge V6.0 RGBW/RGBWW - Implemented: Blinds T1
till T13 new supports the Stop button - Implemented: Blockly/Lua Set SetPoint
option - Implemented: Devices, Log icon for Blinds - Implemented: Dummy
Hardware, Temp+Baro - Implemented: Estonian Language support (big thanks to
Kuido) - Implemented: EvohomeWeb support (Thanks to Gordon3!) - Implemented:
General/Text sensor now able to be shared - Implemented: I2C BME280 sensor
(temp+hum+baro) - Implemented: I2C for non arm systems - Implemented: InfluxDB
Data push - Implemented: Latvian Language support (big thanks to Edgars) -
Implemented: Netatmo Home Coach support - Implemented: Notification for Dummy
Soil/Moisture sensor - Implemented: Notification for Dummy Temp/Hum/Baro sensor
- Implemented: Notification for Alert Sensor via udevice JSON call -
Implemented: Onkyo AV Receiver (Thanks to dwmw2!) - Implemented: Option to
replace an Meter device - Implemented: OZW, Added support for Atmospheric
Pressure sensor - Implemented: Python Plugin System - Implemented: RFXtrx Lucci
Fan implemented - Implemented: RFXtrx RFY2 protocol implemented - Implemented:
RFXtrx Kangtai / Cotech implemented - Implemented: RTL433 (Thanks to Petri
Ahone!) - Implemented: SolarEdgeAPI, support for multiple inverters -
Implemented: Support for Ble Box hardware - Implemented: Support for different
usage/return costs for electricity - Implemented: Support for Intergas InComfort
LAN2RF Gateway - Implemented: Support for Open Weather Map - Implemented:
Support for Open Web Net - Implemented: Support for XiaomiGateway Gateway -
Implemented: Support for YeeLight - Implemented: Support for Youless LS120 -
Implemented: Switch type 'Door Lock' - Implemented: SysFS GPIO (Thanks to
hvbommel/jvandenbroek!) - Implemented: Teleinfo : Added a switch indicating the
current cost slot - Implemented: Timer Plan editor - Removed: Razberry ZWave
handling method. Existing users need to migrate to OpenZWave

This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
su -c 'dnf upgrade domoticz' at the command line.
For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at

All packages are signed with the Fedora Project GPG key. More details on the
GPG keys used by the Fedora Project can be found at
package-announce mailing list -- package-announce@lists.fedoraproject.org
To unsubscribe send an email to package-announce-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org

Reply via email to