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CuteHMI is meant to be a set of software components (libraries and executables)
 
CuteHMI is meant to be a set of software components (libraries and executables)

Revision as of 16:33, 8 March 2019

CuteHMI

Sponsor: Jonathan Riddell

CuteHMI is meant to be a set of software components (libraries and executables) targeted at building HMI (Human Machine Interface) applications.

These components aim to fill the gap, between open-source editions of Qt and commercial software targeted at physical computing (HMI/SCADA/IoT/BMS/RMS/etc) build around it, thus providing complete open-source suite for such types of applications for home and industrial use.

Example use case is to create user interface that can be used to communicate with PLC (programmable logic controller) to turn on air conditioning in the building for example.

More information can be found on project website

Team

Active:

  • Michał Policht <michpolicht@gmail.com>
  • Wojtek Zygmuntowicz <wzygmuntowicz.zygmuntowicz@gmail.com>


Contributor:

  • Baran Pirinçal <baranpirincal@gmail.com>


Manifesto Compliance Plan

Open Governance

"to ensure engagement in our leadership and decision processes"

We are open to criticism; we consider new proposals; we accept valuable contributions. We see ourselves as a staff that serves the project, rather than rulers.

Free Software

"to ensure the result of our work is available to all people for all time"

Project is licensed under terms of Mozilla Public License 2.0. Some parts (especially 3rd party components) may be licensed under other open-source licenses.

Inclusivity

"to ensure that all people are welcome to join us and participate"

Everyone can join and participate. Project and developers are accessible through typical means, such as email or git. We may need mailing list.

Innovation

"to ensure that new ideas constantly emerge to better serve people"

We try to focus on implementing new ideas and avoid re-inventing a wheel as much as possible.

Common Ownership

"to ensure that we stay united"

Free software implies that the project is owned by the community. We don't grant ourselves any special rights, We value loyalty, we don't have an intention to create schisms. We prefer to stay united, whenever possible.

End-User Focus

"to ensure our work is useful to all people"

This is our ultimate goal.


Candidate ready

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Incubating

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