Diflouroborane (shorter: BFFH, the chemical formula for Diflouroborane) is the server part of FabAccess. It provides a server-side implementation of the FabAccess API.
What is this?
FabAccess is a prototype-grade software suite for managing access, mostly aimed at Makerspaces, FabLabs, and other open workshops. It is designed to allow secure access control to machines and other equipment that is dangerous or expensive to use. It tries to also be cheap enough to be used for all other things one would like to give exclusive access to even when they are not dangerous or expensive to use (think 3D printers, smart lightbulbs, meeting rooms).
FabAccess uses a Client/Server architecture with a Cap'n Proto API. You can find the API schema files over in their own repository. The reference client is Borepin, written in C#/Xamarin to be able to be ported to as many platforms as possible.
See CONTRIBUTING.md. Thanks!