These are chat archives for nightscout/beta

24th
Mar 2015
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 01:12
@bewest just sent a PR for the bridge README. Let me know if you want any changes.
bewest/share2nightscout-bridge#7
Working on the Wiki now
Ben West
@bewest
Mar 24 2015 01:12
hmmm
it doesn't touch the db
it literally just uploads it to the rest api, that's it
nifty
will tweak this a bit
need the wiki pages
I'm bit confused what's the difference between a labs/.info tutorial and putting tutorial in wiki?
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 01:25
Right, the bridge doesn't touch the db. I meant that to read that the bridge sends it via REST to the website. The website then in turn sends it to the db.
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 02:01
@bewest here's the wiki stub. Working on the Azure deploy page now.
Ben West
@bewest
Mar 24 2015 02:54
oh wow, beautiful
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 02:58
I added a couple commits to the README to clarify the relationship between the bridge, website and db
in the wip/add-heroku branch
pulling the images out of the issues now... will integrate them into the GitHub wiki directly.
Ben West
@bewest
Mar 24 2015 03:05
pro-tip, if there's bits of issue that are good, you can hit edit and copy/paste the markdown right into the wiki
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 03:14
ok cool.
I added an images directory and some PNGs to my local copy of the wiki, but I don't have collaborator permissions to push the changes.
well, never mind then... I can just copy / paste what I want rather than embedding the images into the wiki directly.
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 04:01
Once the README commits are in, the README and wiki will line up better.
Jim Sifferle
@jimsiff
Mar 24 2015 05:36
@bewest the Heroku deploy page is done.
Are you planning to leave the repo in your account or push it to nightscout?
Ben West
@bewest
Mar 24 2015 08:43
nice
when we move it to nightscout, I can move wiki over at same time
I will delete old wiki when that happens
Jason Calabrese
@jasoncalabrese
Mar 24 2015 13:35
Are we waiting to see what dexcoms reaction is before moving it to nightscout? Or just now people to start using it?
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 13:41
I'm really curious what dexcom is going to do
cluckj @cluckj backs up entire repo just in case
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 13:42
wow that is really obnoxious, thanks gitter
jwedding
@jwedding
Mar 24 2015 15:01
I had a phone call with Dexcom earlier this week. We are continuously trying to find ways to partner, to make this easier on all of us. As Ben often notes, Diabetes is the enemy. Over the course of the conversation it was intimated that the ease of hacking, while not deliberate per se, was not exactly something they were fighting against. Remember, almost every person using a NS rig is buying Dexcom sensors. It's a win for them.
To that end, I don't think they'll do much. If we were going to be shut down by Dexcom, it would have been last May, not this one.
Of course, I could be dead wrong, so @cluckj backup is a good idea. :D
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 20:22
^ will test it tonight
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 20:59
android studio does not like that version
Lori
@LoriLori
Mar 24 2015 21:36
I have Studio 1.1 . it did build and it is running a phone
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 21:39
I may be missing jacoco
Lori
@LoriLori
Mar 24 2015 21:41
it downloaded everything by itself (Gradle)
it did scan bar code SN, beautiful feature @ktind
cluckj
@cluckj
Mar 24 2015 22:29
something is wrong with my studio, idk