Something has been bothering me for a while, and I’ve seen others comment on it as well… There is so much amazing content from the community on these forums, but in the forum format, it can be really hard to find the info that you’re looking for, and when you do find an answer, it’s impossible to know whether it is the latest and greatest info on the topic.
To solve this problem, I’d like to announce the launch of [ThingsThatAreSmart.wiki], the unofficial SmartThings wiki!
We’ve setup this wiki to provide a place for the community to create content in wiki article format, that can be easily linked to, updated, and maintained by everyone.
The initial set of categories includes:
Officially supported devices
Details we’ve learned about these devices that may not be in the official documentation
Unofficially supported devices
Info about devices that have working community developed device types
Details, tips, etc. about officially released SmartApps
Info about unofficial SmartApps from the community
Answers to the many questions that get asked over and over again, all together in one place
Things that can help new users that may not be covered in the official documentation
Tips & Tricks
Fun, interesting, and cool tricks
I encourage you all to add anything else that you think would be useful. I hope this will prove to be a useful tool for the community.
obycode has setup the wiki and will maintain the site, but everyone can login and create and edit the content. A very special thanks goes out to @AutomateEverything for donating his expertise on the graphical design of the logo and other images.