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If you're running oref0 0.5.x, please upgrade to 0.5.2 at your earliest convenience. Per #554, oref0 0.5.1 was improperly using pumphistory-zoned.json for IOB calculations instead of pumphistory-merged.json, which resulted in IOB for any given bolus or temp basal event being cut off after 2 hours. As a result, oref0 would have been slightly less likely to low-temp when BG was running low 2-3 hours after a meal, and would stop issuing SMBs after 2 hours if it calculated there was no more COB.
This release fixes that issue by correcting the iob.json report to use pumphistory-merged.json as intended.
sedcommand at https://github.com/openaps/oref0/pull/555#issuecomment-316589442 to patch your openaps.ini.
Trying to source a European (mmol/l) units for building an openAPS rig. There are a few 512 models available for a reasonable price with applicable firmware, has anyone experience of looping with this model of pump? It's my understanding that there are a few functions not available on these pumps and just want to know whether it's even worth bothering with that pump model?
@RedCyclist1 @danamlewis @scottleibrand I don't really understand the whole Reddit thing, but here are several of us OpenAPS'ers with unquestionable success. July 11: 111 mg/dl average / 5.5 est. A1c / 95% in target (70-150). July 13: 109 mg/dl average 5.4 est A1c / 94% in target (70-150). July 14: 104 mg/dl average / est 5.3 est A1c / 100% in target (70-150) and July 18: 100 mg/dl average / 5.1 Est A1c / 98% in target (70-150). Photo proof: https://photos.app.goo.gl/jZkzhvUEhNc9jiYh2
Edit: that's a shareable public link if anybody wants to illustrate a successful 24 hour period.