Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Chip%20v1
C.H.I.P.
×1
Any kind of Reed sensor / Magnetic switch
Any normally open sensor or switch will work.
×1
Speaker with 3.5mm earphone plug
×1
Software apps and online services:
monit (Tildeslash Ltd)
I use monit to poll the gpio via a bash script. Monit can be installed via apt-get: "sudo apt-get install monit"

Code

Proxy script called by monitSH
Wrote this script to call Jeff Larkin´s shell function from monit.

First it registers the shell functions and later I call them to enable input for pin 8, and read it´s state. Then I exit with success if the door is closed or with an error (1) if it is closed.
#!/bin/bash

. /home/chip/gpio/gpio.sh

gpio_disable 7
gpio_enable 7
gpio_mode 7 in
retval=$(gpio_read 7)
echo $retval
exit $retval
Monit check-program configPlain text
I wrote this config to make monit execute the shell script that reads the sensor state. I included put this file in /etc/monit/conf.d so it as automatically included.

This check calls the shell script to determine the status of the door. If it is "open" 10 times in a row, then we play a wav-file through the speaker. Note that I have set the monitoring interval of monit to be once every second. So this config gives me 10 seconds to close the freezer door.
check program freezer_door with path /home/chip/gpio/check_freezer_door.sh
       if status != 0 for 10 cycles then
#alert
exec "/usr/bin/aplay /media/chime.wav"
Shell function library for gpio by Jeff Larkin
Found this on github after making my own, but ended up using Jeff´s as it more clean and nice

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Patrik Norrgård
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Coder/Maker with too little time on my hands.
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