1 old noob + 1 rPi = I can't believe I did it! (revisited)


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  • @Mykle1 said in 1 old noob + 1 rPi = I can’t believe I did it! (revisited):

    Here is a list of the modules that I am using that I forgot to enter at the end of my story.

    MMM-Remote Control - An absolute “must have” module. With it, I use my iPhone to turn other modules off and on. It impresses the hell out of people. It impresses the hell out of me! You can also access it on any computer on your network. Brilliant!

    compliments - I use it for insults, too. “You look fat in that dress!” is my favorite.

    planetrise - I’m an amateur astronomer with a telescope. Having this information at a glance is simply fantastic!

    alert - One of the default modules

    MMM-Simple-Logo - 3 instances, 2 you can see. The picture I drew in high school and the YES logo at the bottom right and left. A picture of me is hidden via MMM-Remote Control. I mean really, who wants to see that? 😉

    MMM-Globe - Another “must have” for me. Every ten minutes I get a picture of earth from the Japanese Himawari-8 weather satellite displayed on my mirror? Sign me up.

    clock - One of the default modules

    calendar - I combined the free US Holidays calendar with my Google calendar. Excellent!

    currentweather - One of the default modules. Very nice.

    weatherforecast - One of the default modules. Also very nice.

    MMM-SystemStats - Hidden via MMM-Remote Control in the pictures. When I want to check system temperature, system load and free ram I just show it for a moment and hide it again.

    newsfeed - One of the default modules. I happen to be in NYC so that’s just perfect for me

    hey! how to combine free US Holidays calendar with our Google calendar? i wish to combine indian holidays… thanks.


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    @roxx said in 1 old noob + 1 rPi = I can’t believe I did it! (revisited):

    hey! how to combine free US Holidays calendar with our Google calendar? i wish to combine indian holidays… thanks.

    Follow this format.

    calendars: [
    					{
    						symbol: 'calendar-check-o ',
    						url: 'webcal://www.calendarlabs.com/templates/ical/US-Holidays.ics'
    					},
    					{
    						url: 'https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/something%40gmail.com/private-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/basic.ics'
    					},
    				],
    

    In the future, please ask your questions in the “Troubleshooting” category. Thanks!


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    https://github.com/mykle1/MMM-Clockinese

    Never realized that this only worked in one timezone, mine. Can now be used in any.