Tinq Open Source Project
Welcome to the Tinq Open Source Project. Tinq is completely based on the Qeo publish/subcribe framework produced by Technicolor as explained in the license section.
Tinq is a software framework that allows devices to easily exchange data with other devices on the same network based on a publish-subscribe paradigm.
- Break the silos. Tinq defines a set of standard datamodels that allows your application to interact with a wide range of devices, regardless of their manufacturer.
- Secure. All communication between different devices is encrypted.
- Access control. The end-user has full control over what data can be accessed by which other user/device/application.
- Beyond the local network. Devices that are not in the local network can still exchange data with that network by connecting to a forwarder.
Before building the source, make sure your system meets the following requirements:
- A 32-bit or 64-bit Linux system.
- 300MB of free disk space.
You can build the open source version using the
build.sh script. This script takes one argument to specify the directory to which the resulting artifacts will be copied.
$ ./build.sh install
The Tinq Open Source project Documentation depends heavily on the Qeo Open Source Project Documentation which is made available under the GNU Free Documentation License V1.3.
Tinq is made available under the Clear BSD license as defined by the Qeo Open Source Project. Project components are therefore licensed under Clear BSD License.
Since it depends on the Qeo Open Source Project it also includes third party open source software components. See the Qeo LICENSE file for more details.