Im running a pretty modified core-hass, but im at a crossroad now.
Due to some errors/integrations I cant update from 2021.12.10 to the new 2022.xxx.
I run a lot of automation’s in my home and my family is used to it, and frankly I love home assistant.
Running automatic heating and hydration for the living/bed/babyroom, to automatic robo-vacuum when home-alarm is a armed.
Notifications for me and my wife when its almost lunch and were within a certain distance from each other so we can have lunch together or text to speech messages warning my children that they left the door open when the heating is on.
I love it!.
But the thing is,I really want to make it easier for me to stay up to date without it being an almost weekly job to keep it running.
I run core on a Rpi4 but that one also has plex running and a lot of other services.
I want to switch over to an rpi3 dedicated for HassOS.
I fully understand that when I switch to hassOS, it’s best to start over.
My current core has 22 standard integrations, 10 HACS integrations, 12 HACS frontends, 18 scenes and 20+automations.
As you may understand are there any things I can copy over, convert, save from core to os, or do you guys say best is to start from zero?