Day 1 - Dug up an AIY voice kit (v1), hooked it up to a PI 2. Realized that version didn't have WIFI, hooked it up to a PI 3. Quick ruby script to download Security Now rss feed, parse with Nokogiri, youtube-dl the latest mp3 (wget not following http redirect?), ffplay (mpg123 is confused). Cron it for appropriate time. TODO: turn down volume a bit more than 25. Make button Stop it. 3d print case? 7:20 - 8:00
Day 2 - woke up significantly before the alarm - 6 somthing rolled over and - 7:10 to 7:40.
https://mast.sudrien.net/web/@sudrien/109634681047052361 relevant. Volume at 8, could turn it down a little more.
Thought I had it so the button's led would turn on when playback started - and off when finished. No Off.
All monolithic 3d cases not really optimized. Might have to design. Back to cardboard.
Drove by courthouse. Overly tall building.
...And Microcenter. Pico W now available for future projects.
https://github.com/Sudrien/podcast_alarm I broke down and did it in python. Will more come of this? Who knows
Day 9 - https://github.com/Sudrien/podcast_alarm updated. Was failing to get out of bed earlier than 8am, so it's to the big guns: I never seem to fall asleep properly if a 3d print is running.
I'm going to have to keep this up over the weekend, aren't I
Yet another one user instance
Day 1 Addendum: Using DietPi, which has a script for driver setup in the software package list. NOT the AIY disk image. If this thing ever listens to me, it's on my own terms.