@danny I have the plugs but I’m not a programmer. If extensions are more Linux sysop stuff than coding I would be OK.
At this point I have zero experience with extensions.
I’m researching it now, it’s JS, I probably couldn’t write the code but I could get the API installed and configured no problem.
standby(output, opts, cbopt)
My thoughts would be to use a “broker” like Home Assistant (HASS), it simplifies things (no coding required) as supports everything:
HASS is in my future so I really only want HASS talking to the WeMo as it helps with tracking state, if only one “thing” is actually turning my plugs on/off, Alexa, HASS, Roon could all do it but best to “route” requests through HASS.
@Marcel_van_der_Veldt kindly develops roon-hass but it looks like he hasn’t logged on here since last August. His roon-hass github hasn’t been updated in 14 months (he has been active this month on other github projects), not being a programmer I’m not sure if Standby would need to be added to roon-hass or is roon-hass just a python wrapper around anything that the Roon API decides to expose, a translator between HASS and ROON.