Standard Energy Efficiency Data Platform – SEED

October 9, 2016

I was delighted to dive into another actual open source project in the world of energy efficiency this week: the SEED Platform. Not the greatest name, since there are so many other things named seed, many of which have to do with nature or agriculture. (For example, Seed: The Untold Story, featuring Jane Goodall and others.) However, […]

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PostgreSQL Upgrade 9.4.4 to 9.5.3

August 17, 2016

At work, we have an old python/django/postgres app that is still in active use, and a very similar new one. For reasons beyond my control, the production db server for the new app is 9.5, for the old app it is 9.4. On my local OS X box, I was running 9.4.4. This worked fine […]

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Open EE Meter, Part 2

February 18, 2016

Turns out the code and tutorial that I worked through a couple of weeks ago were just one of three repos on github.  The other Matt (Golden) updated their code page which now looks like this: I had only downloaded and run the tests for the first of the three, eemeter. The second, oeem-client, I […]

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Open EE Meter

February 7, 2016

I heard about this project at work a few months ago and promptly checked out a copy and worked through the tutorial.  I was very happy to learn about it because it sounds like a great idea, and it is written in python, the language I’ve been using the most in recent years.  And I […]

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