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  1. Wanted to automate payroll. Needed to be as simple/easy on the eyes as possible for your run of the mill user. General functionality is that it makes digital timecards for every employee action/swipe of an RFID tag. Every swipe also punches a Google Sheet based on company department, by utilizing regex to find column associated with employee name, then the row based on today's date. It then punches current military time to corresponding clock in/out offset. The timecard math is all done using the Google spreadsheet functions to discern overtime, total hours, etc... More will be included later to automate even the spreadsheet template even though copy/pasting once every 15 days is trivial. It's comprised of a OPi-Zero, MFRC522 RFID Module (for employee badges) a modified case, multi LED for clock in/out prompting, Google Sheet API and several existing dependencies/repos on GitHub. The most important 'juicy', details are documented on GitHub which will get you installed and running with the API, Module, LED, etc.... With more details to come, including step by step instructions on setting up Google Sheet API, etc.... Let me know what the community thinks. Installation >> Connect MFRC522 Module and run >> git clone && bash ./TimeClockPi/
  2. Tinkering with API's is fun. Always wanted to allocate the scripts and tools made over time and allow quick access to the data they can provide. Never liked the idea of leaving a power hungry Desktop running to have access to it and am too paranoid to leave any SBC (FTP/WebServer) connected to the World Wild West for too long. As seen with the Mirai Botnet/DYN attacks. So my answer was to have something low power (SBC and armbian) that was at least 'secure enough' for me to let it interface with the world. So this was made: In a nutshell this is how it works: Scripts on an OPi Zero that make API calls, scrape web data or w/e. I want to collect this data, check a sensor, trigger... from my phone. SMS/MMS an email to users inbox containing a keyword. Weather, Beer, Water plants, etc... The script uses a dictionary.txt file to constantly check the inbox for keywords. When one is found, it executes the key's respective value. ie: Key = Forecast. Value = Weather API call. Any returned value or echoed statement is passed as a string and sent as a reply, back to my phone. The only security concern is that anyone can fire off one of these scripts by sending a spoofed message, as a specific address, containing a predefined keyword. This might be a big security concern for some but personally, it's negligible. Not only do you need to know the address to spoof, keyword to send, parameter to pass, syntax to use, etc... but you would only succeed in entering a sandbox that I control. Not to mention, SMS two factor authentication can be implemented later on and message content can be obfuscated to oblivion. The sky is periwinkle but the grass is still green. Anyways... Maybe someone can use the source code. Hopefully someone can use the source code. What are the thoughts of the community? Am I off my rocker? Suggestions on what you'd like to be add? Always looking for new ideas and projects.
  3. I made a funny project for trying to use the ARM single board as the USB disk or cdrom. I did a lot of optimizations for the size and speed. Releases: USBootPi supports NanoPi M1. It also supports OrangePi One/PC but we need more USB cables(one for power, another one for OTG). Sorry, there is no the English readme now.