Version 2022.9.0 of Home Assistant Core has been released. Home Assistant Core is an open source home automation platform that runs under Python 3. It runs via Hassbian on a Raspberry Pi 3 or a Linux, macOS or Windows computer. It supports detecting devices, such as Philips Hue, Belkin WeMo switches, Mr. Coffee coffee makers, IKEA’s smart switches and the mqtt protocol. In addition, where possible, it can control these devices and apply automation. For more information about Home Assistant, we refer to this page and our own Forum. The full release notes for this release are here to find; this is the announcement from it:
Home Assistant Birthday Release!
Home Assistant Core 2022.9! If you don’t know yet, this month is Home Assistant’s birthday! On September 17th, 2013 Paul Schouten made the first commit for Home Assistant that started a snowball of Home Automation enthusiasts willing to contribute to the open-source project. 9 Years later, Home Assistant is actively used by more than 500,000 people and growing every day. Nabu Casa also turns 4 this month. Turning 4 years old and gaining a new full-time employee. This month it seems everyone was in the birthday spirit as we have a jam-packed release!
The automation engine is a big reason why Home Assistant has so many users. So in the spirit of Streamlining Experiences, we thought a revamp was due. You will notice some huge improvements to the look and feel of the Automation Editor that we think will greatly improve its usability. I know I for sure see a huge difference!
Now I know that everyone usually expects @frenck to be writing these release notes, but it took a well deserved vacation! And now you are stuck with me. zack. I hope you enjoy the release and everything that was packed into it!
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