First and foremost, I would like to thank the generous donators for helping the project.
After a long hiatus, I am happy to announce that the successor of AddMIDI and AddOSC for Blender 2.8 is slowly but surely coming to fruition (as a good tomato from the garden, I hope). Work started a few months ago and the general idea was to make the Add-on robuster and easier to use, and this with a general code base that can handle several protocols. Currently only OSC and MIDI are supported, and tests are made to control Blender remotely from an all new shiny Android/IOS application.
At last, after quite some work and polishing, I am happy to release AddOSC publicly. This new version is safer concerning network security and contains a few handy features. For instance you can now pick easily the address of the last OSC message received by Blender to quickly associate a property to it. There are some monitoring facilities too, in order to make troubleshooting easier when you are trying to connect softwares together.
Well, at last, I can release a first version of this Add-on which has matured slowly with a few others. Indeed, this one has a twin brother called AddOSC that I intend to release in September.
After some testing with Django-CMS I have finally chosen Mezzanine for this site. Both are CMS based on the web framework Django. The reason of this choice is that I wanted a dynamic site but was not interested in PHP. Soon enough I heard about Django which is written in Python. Since Blender, one of my beloved tool, uses Python for scripting it was a rather logical choice.