I am new in the forum.
I have some previous experience with raspberry pi and have been playing with ESP32 and other chips to get a temperature/humidity station.
But I am not good at soldering and when you have a prototipe you still have to design a motherboard, a case (to get a good looking device).
I was looking now for a smart thermostat to control my (central) heating system.
I have found some commercial options, like netatmo and some others.
But I don’t like depending on a central server or the cloud. I don’t like transmiting info about by home to external sources or connecting from outside (I have a WireGuard VPN to connect to my home privatly).
Then I have found HestiaPi and I think it is ideal for me.
OpenHab is expandable, and I will be able to expand the system later.
But I have tried to buy HestiaPi and it is sold out.
It seems that they are not under production any more.
I can do it by myshelf, but have no 3D printer and it takes a lot of time to assemble everything, buy the componentes, produces the motherboards…
Do you know when it can be backup to procution?
It seems you are moving it to a china base motherboard factory…
By the way: great idea and great product. Keep it going.