The last couple of days I have got some very nice feedback on my image and a couple of persons that are willing to contribute on parts. That my little work was actually beeing used by someone else was over my expectations and it also wants me to make it work even better.

My coming feature list are as follows (without priority yet)
Build based on Rasbian
Support for input signals from duo
Storage and display of sensor data from duo
Support for USB-uirt
Skinning support for various devices and preferences
Database backup functionality

Please let me know if there are any other features you want. Everything is interesting for me, from ideas to detailed suggestions to source contributions. Comment on this post or drop me an email!
I have been thinking to upgrade my regular tellstick to a duo. This would allow me to include inputs from light buttons around the house (my killer feature is double click the off button next to the front door to turn off all lights in the house).

Unfortunately Telldus that makes those devices have some serious problem with their manufacturer so they have been out off stock for many months now. But yesterday I found a web shop that actually had some so now one is on the wy here.

I guess I have to start prioritise between my projects as there are now a lot of fun stuff that can be developed now.
Next week Farnell has promised sending me a raspberry pi, my second one. So now my home automation software starts to feel a little "good for now" and my next project begins, this will be about video streaming to ios devices and target is to be able to bring a video archive in the car for the kids to watch - if I can get hold of a working HLS segmenter software for Linux. Any one got any ideas?
Uploaded a new image some minutes ago. This one now uses API calls into telldusd for changing configuration. This means that there should never be a need to enter any console commands. What you do from the Administrative interface is all that is needed. Also this brings a more error handling to the modification of RawDevices so that it is not possible to configure things wrongly. As I lack hardware for testing all other protocols than arctech this is not fully tested.
See the special page of Home Automation for download details.

As allways let me know if you enjoy it or have any problems.