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    bassettb
    @bassettb
    @ELUTE Could be full disk.
    Internal Server Error just means that the request was received and was valid and there was an unrecoverable error (exception) while processing it. Generally an http status 500 is returned.
    Kate Farnsworth
    @ELUTE
    Yes. I had guessed mlab full. They said they wiped their mlab but turns out they had two db's and had not wiped the correct one. Resolved now. Thanks!
    bassettb
    @bassettb
    @jamorham I have a proof-of-concept Tidepool uploader working that takes the xDrip+ export file (SiDiary format) and uploads the data to Tidepool. It is using their new, and yet unreleased API. There's one messy workaround for uploading carbs. I can start to work on integrating it into xDrip+, but I think we will need to wait for the new API to be finished before we could finish the xDrip+ work.
    bassettb
    @bassettb
    @alexkeremid Same thing happened to us today when putting on a new sensor. We hit stop sensor, and confirmed. We put on the new sensor, and when we looked at his phone again, it was asking for a calibration.
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    Evening all. My daughter managed to crack the screen in her pebble classic today, completely knackered. I am looking at ebay for replacements but thought it would be worth asking what others use and find hardy enough for children to wear.
    RalfCGM
    @RalfCGM
    @ptinson Sony smartwatch 3 is discussed as being suitable and reliable for xdrip.
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    @RalfCGM Thanks for the suggestion, I have had one of those and it didnt last long, kids tend to be rough and she rides mtb pretty hard. decent crash killed it.
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    @ptinson why don't you get just another pebble classic?
    you can get them new for a cheap price still
    or get two :)
    the only watches that have a battery that lasts more than one day (actually seven days)
    the smartwatches of today seem to be more of a fashion statement than anything actually usable, sad but true
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    @pimeys Yeah i think that is what will happen. I can see them new still on ebay, just trying to filter out the noise. Know of any other reputable places to buy them now?
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    amazon?
    I buy them from this german supermarket Real
    they still sell pebble 1 and 2
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    Ill check there, Aliexpress also seems to still have them.
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    yeah, just get a new one, I mean you should pay about 40€
    seems that amazon doesn't store them directly anymore (they still did a couple of months ago), but you can order them https://www.amazon.de/Pebble-Smartwatch-f%C3%BCr-iPhone-Android-rot/dp/B00EULMBZC
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    works out about right, ~80 nzd
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    I wonder what will happen when the last pebbles are gone, I think nobody will fill the quite small niche in here
    Paul Tinson
    @ptinson
    thats why i was asking, we must be getting close to the end of stock
    nsghub
    @nsghub
    pebbles are only a second screen, aren't they?
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    yeah, no collecting with them
    but damn, if you need to monitor your glucose easily the whole day, there's nothing better than a pebble
    the screen is visible even outside, battery lasts ages and the screen is easy to read
    nsghub
    @nsghub
    how long is ages?
    JamOrHam
    @jamorham
    @nsghub 7-10 days
    dabear
    @dabear
    my pebble lasted 3-4 days on a charge with the xdrip+ widget
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    my pebble 2 lasts about 6-7 days with the xdrip+ widget
    nsghub
    @nsghub
    ok, I get about 5 days with the amazfit pace. but the watchface is still under development
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    oh, that might be good if my pebble breaks and I need a new watch
    can you read it easily in daylight?
    it's important especially when biking
    Andy Rozman
    @andyrozman
    when I used xdrip watchface it lasted for about 5-6 days for me... (colored one with graph)
    nsghub
    @nsghub
    yes, it's a transflective display
    but right now you have to use the xdrip branch of klaus3d3
    @andyrozman is it possible to display the xdrip watchface by default or do you still have to swipe?
    I didn't test the latest version 0.2.x so far
    Andy Rozman
    @andyrozman
    @nsghub I haven't used that watchface in last few months, but when I used it it was my default watchface. I didn't have to swipe anything (I have Pebble Time). It worked great... I started using AAPS in March, and I needed more info on watch, which is the only reason I stopped using it.
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    I'm thinking of writing a AAPS watchface for pebble when I get again a working pump for it
    TBR and IOB would be nice to see
    cannot be that hard
    Andy Rozman
    @andyrozman
    @pimeys Great idea... I was thinking of something like this myself, but Pebble users are dying breed, since Pebble is no longer being sold...I currently use Urchins watchface which reads from NS, only problem is that its no longer maintained and it has some problems... If TBR is running data is not displayed... (I get NaNU/h NaN instead of current TBR)...
    Julius de Bruijn
    @pimeys
    there's an xDrip fork that displays those, but I think the data should be handled by AAPS not xDrip
    and AAPS Android Wear watchface has all the data needed, so it's basically just forking the pebble xdrip watchface, plugging it into AAPS and displaying the right data
    although you need to write java and it's always a bit ~ for my taste :D
    Andy Rozman
    @andyrozman
    I don't think it will be that simple... For pebble you need design watchface first and then you need to upload it to Pebble (everything xdrip does)... and then you need to send data there... I helped a little with merge of some of pebble stuff to xdrip+ (in the beggining) and implementation is not that simple...
    can you point me to Xdrip fork you mentioned?