it could (technically) be done as a simple installable userland package, and would not be specific to the Omega at all (would run on any Linux).
That would REALLY be the ideal solution, from both Apple and Microsoft. And it would be equally nice if both solutions were used the exact same way. We call this a STANDARD PROTOCOL.
So, this future IoT Standard Protocol will come some day, but in the meantime, the closest thing we have is the Omega web interface, available on any computer with a browser (Apple, Microsoft, Android, etc...)
@MultiDJRoni While the display you reference (http://ebay.eu/2brESNp or http://ebay.eu/2bYf3pA) communicates via I2C and is potentially controllable from the Omega, I don't know whether or not the chip/display it uses is the same as or compatible with that used in the OLED expansion. If it is not, you may be up for additional coding work to control it from the Omega (not a totally trivial task).
I still think you would be better of using a Prototype Expansion (http://www.robotshop.com/en/proto-expansion-for-onion-omega.html) between your Expansion Dock and OLED Expansion and wiring the Prototype Expansion to provide access to the I2C lines (GPIO 20, GPIO 21, 5v, Gnd) and other pins you need for access to your other devices.
I will try :) Thank you both for the tipps!
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