Simple question…I’m considering building a native android application that interfaces directly with home assistant to check on your devices and arm/disarm them, get notifications, etc. I know there’s the html5 app, but want something more native. I think it’ll have broad appeal and be welcomed by many, but I have small kids and a 9-5 (more like 8-7) so to justify it, I’d really need to charge at least $5 - $10 for it, as the effort is not insignificant, especially when adding in support, updates, etc. I get that some users would be willing to pay and others wouldn’t be. That’s not my concern…instead, my concern is, were I to do this, would I be hit with backlash from within the community saying that I am violating the spirit of HomeAssistant and there’s no place for HomeAssistant commercial apps? Or, is it free as in speech, not as in beer, and there’s absolutely room for it and in fact be welcomed?