A bit of a philosophical question about using a “Long-lived Access Token” with AppDaemon. I am wondering how on earth I will remember in ten years the procedure to update it.
I am about to configure my system to be accessible remotely, and this seems a good time for me to upgrade my HA (from 0.84 to something > 0.90, I think). This means that I will move to the new authentication.
I use AppDaemon and have read up on the Long-lived Access Tokens, but I really doubt that I will remember about it when it expires ten years from now. My doom scenario: all of a sudden AppDaemon will stop working, I will not even remember how to read the logs, and even if I do I will not understand the error message. My garden irrigation stops working, I no longer know the humidity inside the piano – life simply stops…
Is there any way to configure it so that AppDaemon’s authentication will never expire, or be automatically refreshed?