Monthly Archives: June 2016
Use Octoblu with Amazon Echo as trigger to start A/C on Tesla Model S
It need’s a bit courage as a non native english speaker and with my hard swiss accent it’s maybe awkward … but I’ve done it … my first webcast … you cannot win without a risk 🙂
Goal: Use Amazon echo to start the Air Condition of the Tesla Model S.
21.6.2016, Update to this post:
It’s not so difficult to use Alexa without IFTTT in Octoblu, I just created a flow to ask Alexa what’s the battery level and she tell me the remaining battery in percent:
Details about how to integrate Alexa in octoblu look at this: Use Alexa to kick off automations with Octoblu
By the way: If you don’t have a Tesla but you like to buy one,use my referral Link http://ts.la/sacha3162 and safe 1000.- !
sachathomet goes GitHub
Last 11 days I was in Las Vegas on the CTP meetings, Citrix Synergy and at the E2EVC. I get known a few new people and a bunch of ideas, some about Citrix but also how to continue with my Scripts and the community. (Other blog post will follow, maybe here or on the myCUGC site)
It’s not easy to manage all my Scripts, versions, bugs and feature request so I followed the hint of some people at Synergy and decided to push my larger Scripts to GitHub.
You can see now all my Scripts in GitHub repositories under https://github.com/sacha81 – feel free to contribute!
Currently I have started with my two most popular Scripts:
- Citrix PVS HealthCheck Blog:Happy New Script – PVS 7.7 HealthCheck
- Citrix FMA XenApp/XenDesktop HealthCheck Blog: XD & XA FMA (7.x) HealthCheck – Oops!… I Did It Again
Please be gentle to me if you are more experienced with GitHub than me, what is for sure if you work already more than 5 days with GitHub…. I’m really not the Software developer so I’m making baby steps with this repository thing. Hint’s are always appreciated.
Please use from now for feature-requests and bug reports the GitHub (issues) and no more the comment function in the blog.