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Add device condition support to the media_player integration #27004

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balloob opened this issue Sep 27, 2019 · 2 comments · Fixed by #28161
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Add device condition support to the media_player integration #27004

balloob opened this issue Sep 27, 2019 · 2 comments · Fixed by #28161

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@balloob balloob commented Sep 27, 2019

Add device condition support to the media_player integration.

Device conditions are part of Device Automations, a new concept that was recently launched to make automations more user friendly.

Device automations consist of three different parts: triggers, conditions and conditions. This issue is about the condition part.

To get started with this issue, you will need to set up a Home Assistant development environment. The easiest approach is to get started using a dev container.

Once you have a development environment set up, run the following and follow the instructions:

python3 -m script.scaffold device_condition

(This issue is part of #26994)

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@shmooey shmooey commented Oct 18, 2019

Hey! I'd like to work on this issue

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@balloob balloob commented Oct 18, 2019

Cool! Let me know if you run into any issues on getting started. Media Players do a lot of things. For initial device conditions support, you won't need to implement all of them. Just a few to get the foundation in place is a good start 👍

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