I can put in a good word for the Open Access Board, we've used it at Bloominglabs since 2011 with good results.
Agreed on the division of labor with Arduino handling the hardware aspects and a Raspberry Pi handling logging, managing users, triggering a sound sample of 'Wolfman Jack says someone's at the door baby!' from the old UCB sketch when somebody enters, etc.
A thing we did, if anybody's interested, is we converted the USB/serial connection to a network service running as a daemon on the Raspberry Pi (but lock that thing down!), which made it easier to handle connections from the web server to add/revoke access, see what's happening, opening the door, etc. more here if anybody's curious: https://github.com/sdcharle/Bloominglabs/tree/master/rfid_network_server The Twisted library for Python does the heavy lifting.
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