After seeing many requests for a Wiki type interface to list all of the great user created apps and drivers, I went ahead and made one. This has been a work in progress for quite a while now and is finally ready for prime time.
This in no way replaces the forums here, but rather is an extension of them. Release posts can get buried on the forums pretty fast making it easy to miss out an a great app or driver. Now with the Wiki, there will be a well organized way to find and explore what this great community has to offer.
What is needed.... Developers! All developers code will remain exactly where it is right now (usually on Github). The Wiki is simply another way to get exposure to your great apps and drivers. We welcome all developers, of all levels, to list their offerings here. The more the better!
Users will find an easy to use interface with all apps/drivers listed in alphabetical order. There is also a listing of developers, so you can see at a glance all the apps/drivers that particular developer has to offer (pending developer participation).
Each developer can create as many pages that they need. Usually giving each app or driver their own page. PLUS each developer can have his/her own personal page to list all of their app/drivers in one list to help promote what else they offer or any other information they would like to add. These are YOUR pages, put whatever information you would like on them!
Thank you for taking the time to create this new tool. Hopefully it will become the goto place for community based apps and drivers. I will do my best to populate my code there as time permits. I haven't had time to do much code related work as of late, but I think this is worth the investment.
Question....is there a way to tag apps and drivers or sort based on function (eg lighting, button control, locks, motion, etc)?
Can you add SSL/TLS (Https) to the account creation and login pages? Without it usernames and passwords flow in clear text across the network/Internet. https://letsencrypt.org provides free certificates.
Users: Remember, you don't even need an account to browse or search for the app/driver that you may need. An account is only needed if you would like to make an edit to any page.
Developers: Lots of NEW categories to add into your pages. Great way to add exposure to your app/driver and makes it a lot easier for users to find what they are looking for. If you need any others please contact bptworld or stephack to assist or if you are comfortable doing it yourself, go ahead and add it!
If you need help getting started, just follow @stephack guide in post #11.