Scan your coffee's barcode, and it'll get added to your grocery list
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Latest commit 76111d3 Sep 20, 2016 @CloCkWeRX CloCkWeRX committed on GitHub Merge pull request #53 from CloCkWeRX/openfoodfacts
Add support for Openfoodfacts.org

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oscar

Oscar automatically adds things to your grocery list when you run out. You just scan the item's barcode on its way into the trash.

Here's a video about it!

Oscar Demo

Getting Started: Hardware

I run Oscar on a Raspberry Pi under Raspbian. I use this barcode scanner.

That said, there's no reason Oscar shouldn't work with other hardware.

Getting Started: Software

To install Oscar, run the included install.py as root on the target system. It will walk you through the process of setting up any API accounts you'll need, and then it'll install the software.

I haven't really tested that install script, so let's cross our fingers together.

Getting Help

I'm on the Twitters if you have a quick question. For bug reports, use the issues page or submit a pull request.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to the awesome CloCkWeRX for picking up my slack now that I don't have a Raspberry Pi to test on anymore.