Who am I?
Setting the more existential question aside, I am Avi Miller.
During the day, I do open source things for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
At night and on weekends, my love for technology extends to annoying my husband with smart home upgrades as well as more useful stuff like volunteering for community-based organizations.
I am not actually a real developer, but I'm very good at pretending to be one on the internet.
Mostly I dabble. Every now and then I noodle on things too. The results of my dabbling and noodling can be found in the various repos herein contained.
I'm particularly proud of the following things I've dabbled with and noodled on:
homebridge-button-platform: this is a plugin to Homebridge that allows you to add Flic buttons or an Elgato Stream Deck to HomeKit.
docker-lifx-daydusk: this is a Docker image that implements the LIFX Day & Dusk functionality locally without any reliance on the LIFX Cloud. It also provides far more granular control of the transitions and bulb selection.
Recently I became one of the code owners of the LIFX integration for Home Assistant, which is where I focus most of my attention these days.
I'm also rather proud of my contributions to Photons,
a Python 3.6+ framework for interacting with LIFX products. Photons is used by
What's not here
Stuff I maintain professionally for Oracle including the following repos:
I contribute to the following repos:
I manage the official Oracle Linux images
on Docker Hub,
the Oracle Container Registry and the
GitHub Container Registry
which are built from the
rootfs tarballs in this repo:
Finally, I am also one of the GitHub administrators for Oracle. If you have any questions about Oracle's open source projects or contributions, please email the team at email@example.com.