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@danamlewis / @scottleibrand -- Just got back to the land of data and cell coverage -- camping with the GS up on Whidbey. Seems both of my loops, my AMA version and my own hand rolled one, had some sort of dependency on internet coverage because once I lost it, it wouldn't set temps; I was surprised by this but it wasn't too bad / had to do old school diabetes management. Looks like it hits up NS first for BG and then the local CGM but I don't think it was pulling local CGM info. Anyway, easy enough to debug and see what is going on. I'm back and and will see what kind of headway I can make tomorrow night on tweaking my PR and then we are out of town / on vacation / drinking heavily sans kids in New Orleans starting Wednesday.
Only reason I ditched MA from my documentation is that it seemed that AMA was replacing it / if you were going to the effort, you'd want to be on AMA. I can figure out how to rejigger stuff, though. More to come and thanks for the feedback! Also, enjoy the Europes!
"units": "grams",so I think it's a different issue
@danamlewis If I'm in my own repo, I get the button on dev, the PR just can't be merged automatically. The # thing happens when I go to openaps/docs and attempt to do a pull request so that I can sync my repo back up.
@scottleibrand My usage of the
git command line is scarily similar to that XKCD comic you linked a few days ago. =)
git commit -aand gave a reason. Committed just fine. Ran a
git pushand it prompted me for my Github credentials, and the push went through fine. Still nothing showing in Github. Have I missed a step?
.gitconfigfile got stupidly synced to my stupid Pi.
git request-pullfeature. Figured that would work.
BG data is too old, or clock set incorrectlyerrors consistently. Unsure how to diagnose or fix. Thoughts?
BG data is too old, or clock set incorrectly Mon May 23 2016 18:12:18 GMT-0400 (EDT) vs Mon May 23 2016 17:41:17 GMT-0400 (EDT)which time/date is from which source?
Mon May 23 17:45:52 EDT 2016
sudo /etc/init.d/ntp stop sudo ntpd -q -g sudo /etc/init.d/ntp start
ntpd -q -gto work