Honest. You have never lived until you have seen a robust industrial web server running in an embedded system under DOS protected mode reading CANBUS peripherals and I2C devices. It is the coolest thing since sliced bread. It's rock solid.
I've got LuaSQlite compiled in and now I am calling web results and displaying them in tables in the HTML output. I had this hardcoded, now it is running in a Lua scripted VSP (Vault Server Page). Submitting them back, I've got the form being processed by a Lua CGI equivalent to store the results. FTP server running in the background while all this is happening. I'm flipping out. I was browsing from my Windows 2000 Advanced Server beside it and in addition to the HTML browser I was downloading PDF files over the FTP server in another window opened in the 'cmd' console. I got heart palpitations and sweaty palms I was so excited. Two other machines at the end of my study were sending temperature and air pressure readings and the server was sucking them in (as application/json data) and storing them without skipping a beat delivering web pages.
The sky is the limit. I can do anything in VOS now and others will be able to configure it for their own shelters to do anything required.
If I wasn't struggling to keep this compatible with Arachne browser, I'd have stuck SVG output in by now. It's easy to do. Instead I'm trying to hew to HTML 3.0 to keep it running on ancient browsers.
Screenshots will be forthcoming before end of this month.