We were (and still are) thrilled about the massive interest in Luxafor. So we made a list of everyone who has put their time and effort in developing new Luxafor open source projects.
From day one Luxafor was created as an open source software. Because we believe that with a little bit of creativity and ingenuity of our users, Luxafor can become the most helpful tool not only for open office employees. And with an open-source code anyone could study, alter and develop new solutions, integrations, and features. Tailored to whatever needs they would seem fit.
We were glad about any initial interest, but we never expected such a massive response as it is. Therefore we would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who believes in Luxafor and has put their time and effort into developing new captivating Luxafor open source projects that they think would fit.
Check out all the Luxafor open source projects
Luxafor by Maik Wolf (maikwolf) – a simple Java library that provides simple API to control Luxafor devices via usb4java.
Ubuntu Luxafor Notifications by Jon Charnas (goeland86) – script to catch DBus notifications and show them on the Luxafor. It lets the user rely on presets and use a simple notify-send command to change color.
Luxafor Spotify by Otto Vehviläinen (Mumakil) – this set of scripts will change users’ Luxafor light’s colors based on their Spotify player’s state. Hence it automatically checks users’ Spotify status every 10 seconds and changes the color accordingly (red when playing and green when not playing).
Activity Lighter by borgej – Luxafor status program that can read availability from Skype/Exchange client and set the color of users’ Luxafor light. Also, lets user choose their own availability status and make the application update their Lync status.
Luxafor for Slack by Lochlan Bunn (loklaan) – Luxafor for Slack, which lights up the Luxafor device depending on Slack statuses. So the user can make Luxafor light change colours in sync with their Slack statuses.
Luxafor for Slack by Grégoire Pailler (gpailler) – Windows application that displays users’ Slack unread messages/mentions on their Luxafor device. So the device switches to red color if you have unread mention(s) and blue color if you have unread message(s).
Luxafor Panel by Mobilefunuk – customized Luxafor Control Panel.
Luxafor Webpack by Daan Kets – a new npm/nodejs library that allows you to use your luxafor flag to indicate the progress of webpack builds.
Luxafor Sharp by Edouard Paumier (Duncan-Idaho) – a lightweight .Net library that allows to access the device through a simple API. In addition it provides a few interfaces with simple methods to format commands and send them to the device. Finally, through it, you can easily plug Luxafor to your own application.
Luxafor Tools by Arjan Eising (arjaneising) – tools and demo code for Luxafor lights.
Luxafor Python by Felipe Martín (fmartingr) – Luxafor Python script interface for Linux users.
Luxafor-python by Vince Mitchell (vmitchell85) – Luxafor Python Script interface to modify the Luxafor USB LED indicator.
Luxafor Command-line by Elviskvalbergs – Node JS script for controlling your Luxafor via command-line and other applications. In addition, it’s a part of a web service that triggers a Luxafor device to light up in one of the present levels and flashes to get attention.
Luxafor Python by Rbaier – Python Script interface for Luxafor.
Luxafor Python Florian Keller (ffflorian) – Python Script interface for Luxafor.
LuxaforCLI by Nick Pearson (nicholaspearson) – Luxafor Command-line interface.
PyLuxafor by Magnus (mais4719) – simple Python module for interacting with your Luxafor device.
PyLuxafor by Tom Smith (takeontom) – Python API for the Luxafor Flag.
Node Luxafor by Mario Winkler (splosch) – controls Luxafor notification light via node.js.
Trigger DND by Peter Goes (petergoes) at De Voorhoede (voorhoede) – enables Do not disturb mode on Mac OS, in Slack and turns your Luxafor light red.
We are periodically updating this list. So if you wish to see your project here, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.