We at Wallflower.cc are working to build the Internet of Things (IoT) by developing intuitive and portable software for collecting, storing, analyzing, and visualizing data from connected devices.
At the core of our platform is the WCC (dub-see-see) data structure, a simple and extensible way of representing IoT devices.
Though we are still in the very early stages of development, we have released Wallflower.Pico, an open-source Python server that enables users to send and retrieve data from a database.
Whether you're a student looking to learn IoT development or a professional wanting to prototype an idea, Wallflower.Pico makes it quick and easy to setup a network of devices.
Wallflower.cc is still in the early stages of development, so if you find a bug or have suggestions, please let us know on GitHub.
The Wallflower.Pico and Wallflower.Nano servers are open-source (AGPL v3) and we encourage users to modify the code and make it their own.
The design and contents of this site are copyright by Wallflower.cc.
The Wallflower.Pico and Wallflower.Nano source code is licensed under the AGPL v3. You can find a reference to this license at the top of each source code file.
Components which connect to the servers via the API are not affected by the AGPL. This extends to the Python example code and the HTML, JS, and CSS code of the web interface, which are licensed under the MIT license.
In summary, any modifications to the Wallflower.Pico and Wallflower.Nano source code must be distributed according to the terms of the AGPL v3. Any code that connects to a Wallflower.cc server via an API is recognized as a seperate work (not a derivative work) irrespective of where it runs. Lastly, you are free to modify the HTML, JS, and CSS code of the web interface without restrictions, though we would appreciate you sharing what you have created.