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Apr 2018
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:34
WiFi debugging - getting ‘SSID mismatch’ though SSID matches exactly ...
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 01:39
Paste your wpa_supplicant.conf? Its syntax is surprisingly brittle to things like extra spaces, unicode, etc
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:41
ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
network={
      ssid="Stanford Residences"
      #key_mgmt=NONE
      #id_str="open"
      priority=6
}
…
passwordless MAC authenticated network
i’m thinking uncomment #key_mgmt=NONE
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 01:42
Does it have a captive portal?
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:42
no - captive portal bypassed for mac-authenticated devices
in other words, while they didn’t provide wpa_supplicant.conf, they assure me NO login prompt nor popup will (try to) show up
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:43
Use a repeater/bridge?
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:43
no
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:44
(eg, a router that connects to the residences network & repeats it as a passworded WPA one)
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:44
no don’t think so
residences is unpassworded / mac authenticated
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:44
I'm suggesting you use one to fix the problem
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:44
other available local ESSIDs (w different names) have different rules, like captive portal
impractical because desired solution roams with the openaps across campus - hundreds of radios - not possible to put routers in all those places
why does ‘Stanford Residences’ not match ‘Stanford Residences’ ?
Eric
@ecc1
Apr 12 2018 01:48
Do those Unicode curly quotes actually appear in the SSID that's being broadcast?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 01:48
but yes, you (also?) need to uncomment #key_mgmt=NONE if there is no PSK
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:49
ok I’ll start there
looks like that did the trick!
but I’ll have to ‘regress’ to confirm...
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:55
Question for the edison-using population:
I recently managed to get my old edison rig going again, but when I try to build 'ccprog' the resulting binary always crashes with a Segmentation Fault.
Even if I am just trying to see the usage text...
I've run GDB on it, and the crash involves libmraa
Has anyone had trouble with specific versions of MRAA being used to build ccprog? (The same libary/source combination builds and runs fine on Pi)
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 01:56
While I'm sure it's possible to figure that out, reimaging may be less work
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:57
This is a brand new image
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 01:57
Jubilinux?
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:57
latest jubilinux-stretch
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 01:57
@dcacklam did you build it via oref0-setup, or manually?
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:57
ccprog? Manually.
The rig itself? Setup
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 01:57
no, libmraa
i.e. is this a completely standard rig setup, or did you do any custom low-level stuff?
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:58
It's a go-hat setup with no individual customizations.
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 01:59
@ecc1 - no curly quotes benefit of magic Macintosh fairy dust. all - uncommenting the key_mgmt=NONE worked!
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 01:59
This is all separate from my pi/SRF/0.61dev rig, which is the one I am actually relying on at present, or the Pi/SRF/Go rig that isn't working due to some sort of communication issue with the UART code....
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 02:00
@dcacklam not sure. you might want to reflash and reinstall with dev instead of go-explorer-hat, see if that works, and then upgrade to go-explorer-hat
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 02:00
I guess this may be the wrong room, but I was asking here thinking that ccprog issues might have been seen by a wider audience than the group testing the go code...
Got it...
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 02:01
I haven't heard of anything matching the symptoms you describe, except on rigs with corrupted file systems that need reflashed
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Apr 12 2018 02:01
I'll try that this weekend...
This Edison did have a corrupted file system, and I did reflash it... Maybe I should also try a different Edison module...
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 02:13
Hi everyone, so I'm trying to query my mongo datatabase to pull the most recent device status entry (basically, what nightscout displays in the OpenAPS pill). Everything I've been able to find online suggests a query like this: db.devicestatus.find().sort({$natural:-1}).limit(1);, however I'm finding that it does not return the most recent record. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong or am I looking in the incorrect collection?
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 02:24
My first guess would be that this is effectively sorting by the wrong field, since it's sorting on the whole object rather than picking out the date/time
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 02:28
@sbernacki you would probably be better off using the NS API instead
add ?count=1 to the end if you just want the most recent one
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 02:55
If this was MySQL, Postgres, or Oracle, it'd be easy for me! My inner neckbeard is coming out :) @jimrandomh , what field would I sort by? I've tried changing $natural to $created_by, which I think is the correct field to sort by in this case, but no joy.
@scottleibrand that's a good idea, thank you. Still curious to figure out what I'm doing wrong with Mongo but this is probably the best route in this use case
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 04:48
OK here's a new thing. Looking at my eddie logs, I'm seeing this: oref0-pump-loop failed. {"reason":"If current system time Thu Apr 12 2018 00:42:53 GMT-0400 (EDT) is correct, then BG data is too old. The last BG data was read 107.4m ago at Wed Apr 11 2018 22:55:32 GMT-0400 (EDT). Temp 0 <= current basal 0.7U/hr; doing nothing. " however, our nightscout portal is showing a more recent BG. Also, /root/myopenaps/cgm/glucose.json hasn't been updated since the last BG data reading listed above.
We've rebooted Eddie a few times but that hasn't helped
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 05:18
the /var/log/openaps/ns-loop.log has details about its attempt to download BGs from NS to the rig
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 05:19
Checked that, and just see: Starting oref0-ns-loop at Thu Apr 12 01:17:02 EDT 2018: No recent valid BG found. Most recent: Latest NS temptargets: ESC[37m{ESC[0mESC[34;1m"target"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[30;1mnullESC[0mESC[37m,ESC[0mESC[34;1m"duration"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[0m0 ESC[0mESC[37m,ESC[0mESC[34;1m"start"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[32m"2018-04-08T14:29:48.470Z"ESC[0mESC[37mESC[37m}ESC[0m Merging local temptargets: Temptargets merged: ESC[37m{ESC[0mESC[34;1m"target"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[30;1mnullESC[0mESC[37m,ESC[0mESC[34;1m"duration"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[0m0ESC[0mESC[37m,ESC[0mESC[34;1m"start"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[32m"2018-04-08T14:29:48.470Z"ESC[0mESC[37mESC[37m}ESC[0m Refreshed carbhistory; COB: 0 ESC[37m{ESC[0mESC[34;1m"batteryVoltage"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[0m3853ESC[0mESC[37m,ESC[0mESC[34;1m"battery"ESC[0mESC[37m:ESC[0mESC[0m67ESC[0mESC[37mESC[37m}ESC[0m No recent suggested.json found; last updated Apr 12 01:12
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 05:19
try using less -R to properly translate the color codes
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 05:20
Noticed that this is happening, which seems to be a problem: root@edison1:~/myopenaps# nightscout ns https://<oursite>.azurewebsites.net token=<ourtoken> oref0_glucose_since -24hours Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/openaps-use", line 63, in <module> app( ) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openaps/cli/__init__.py", line 51, in __call__ self.run(self.args) File "/usr/local/bin/openaps-use", line 57, in run output = app(args, self) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openaps/uses/__init__.py", line 92, in __call__ return self.method.selected(args)(args, app) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openaps/uses/__init__.py", line 31, in __call__ return self.method(args, app) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openaps/uses/use.py", line 45, in __call__ output = self.main(args, app) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openapscontrib/timezones/__init__.py", line 88, in main inputs = self.get_program(args) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openapscontrib/timezones/__init__.py", line 60, in get_program program = json.load(argparse.FileType('r')(params.get('input'))) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/__init__.py", line 290, in load **kw) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/__init__.py", line 338, in loads return _default_decoder.decode(s) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/decoder.py", line 366, in decode obj, end = self.raw_decode(s, idx=_w(s, 0).end()) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/json/decoder.py", line 384, in raw_decode raise ValueError("No JSON object could be decoded") ValueError: No JSON object could be decoded
Running that from the command line pauses a number of seconds, then spits that out. I've tried restarting the Azure site but no joy.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 05:21
try re-enabling non-tokenauth readonly access to your NS to see if it's a tokenauth problem
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 05:24
Is that a NS portal option? I haven't touched any of that recently. Hmmm... I did just notice this, which was working a few hours ago but now just spits out an empty record:
[steve@ten bin]$ curl  'https://<oursite>.azurewebsites.net/api/v1/devicestatus.json?count=1'
[]
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 05:29
did you recently enable tokenauth?
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 05:30
I have not. The site can be accessed without any tokens, and I haven't touched the config in the last month or so.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 05:30
ok, I would go check out the NS troubleshooting section on the OpenAPS docs then
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 05:41

followed through with that, cleared out the devicestatus collection as recommended, running:

root@edison1:~/myopenaps# nightscout ns https://ourportal.azurewebsites.net token=<token> oref0_glucose_since -24hours

from the command line still spits out ValueError: No JSON object could be decoded

I also tried compacting the MongoDB, but size on disk is well under 500MB
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 06:02
why are you doing token= if you don't have tokenauth?
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 06:15
@scottleibrand I sit corrected, we do have tokenauth enabled, but it's been working without issue for months.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 06:27
I’d try disabling it for troubleshooting.
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 06:44
Hah, figured it out. I had enabled a bunch of firewall rules to block certain source IPs in our home network from being able to access the internet after 11pm on school nights. Guess what device picked up one of these source IPs from DHCP....
/facepalm glad to have figured it out
Confirmed this when I tried to curl our nightscout site from the device and wasn't getting anywhere
Samuchco
@Samuchco
Apr 12 2018 11:18
Can someone tell me the meaning of this
Apr 10 04:06:28 loop2 autotune.log: Recommendations Log File: /root/myopenaps/autotune/autotune_recommendations.log
Apr 10 04:06:28 loop2 autotune.log: /usr/local/bin/oref0-autotune-recommends-report: line 22: warning: setlocale: LC_NUMERIC: cannot change locale (en_US.UTF-8): No such file or directory
Do I need to fix?
alimhassam
@alimhassam
Apr 12 2018 12:53
Looks like a warning not an error @Samuchco
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 12:56
I have a question is there a feature to bolus for protein for us low carbers
alimhassam
@alimhassam
Apr 12 2018 13:11
@jhendersion_twitter I think the way to do this is just to enter the carb equivalent of the proteins
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 13:48
ok thank you
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 14:06
anybody here is the soutwest florida
Samuchco
@Samuchco
Apr 12 2018 16:28
@jhendersion_twitter Southeast Florida
James Babcock
@jimrandomh
Apr 12 2018 16:29
Cambridge, MA
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 17:14
You can also look at the “first PR” page to see what locations people have self-disclosed. Then you can look up the commit history to see the github username of the commit where they added themselves.
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:46
Hello everyone. I've been having issues with the wifi connection for days now (I haven't been able to connect the rig via wifi at all). I've tried everything I could find in the docs, but it's still not working. It used to connect to my home wifi easily. I think the problems may have started when I edited wpa_supplicant.conf to add new networks. Could you guys please have a look at my file, see if you spot anything fishy?
Here's a screenshot
Captura de pantalla 2018-04-12 a las 20.38.38.png
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:49
try removing the update_config=1 thing from the first line to see if that helps?
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:49
OK, I'm on it
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:50
it shouldn't make a difference, but some people have reported that it does, so I'm trying to collect more data on that
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:51
Let's see. I'll try anything at this point
OK, it's done. What would be the best way to check the connection?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:56
iwconfig
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:56
Uh oh, it doesn't look too good
Captura de pantalla 2018-04-12 a las 20.56.45.png
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:57
you can also try deleting the extra placeholder network stanzas you don't use
actually that does look good
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:57
OK, I will
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:57
looks like it connected to that Orange network
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:57
It does? :smile:
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:58
ifconfig will show you if you got an IP from that network
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:58
And those "no wireless extensions"?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 18:58
those are for other interfaces that don't do wifi. you can do iwconfig wlan0 to just see the wlan0 interface
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 18:59
OK, understood
Yes, I'm getting an IP address!
Thank you, that's great
And now Nightscout is getting OpenAPS data again
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 19:04
It seems removing update_config did it
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 19:08
interesting, ok. I have no idea why that would be, but perhaps we should add a sed one-liner to remove that if present.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 19:17
@scottleibrand Let's add that to the patch
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 19:19
FWIW, there are parts of oref0-setup that require network connectivity to work, so if we're fixing a no-network situation, it will have to live elsewhere. not sure whether update_config=1 gets added earlier and could be removed before it causes problems.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:20
if anyone's looking for ways to help out :) we could use some testers on a few things in the fix-log-rotate branch. See https://github.com/openaps/oref0/pull/962#issuecomment-380931347. Thanks! Please comment on that PR with your testing results, and/or ask questions here.
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 20:21
@danamlewis My first PR this afternoon on the read-only addition, did you get it? Never done it before so i'me not sure
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:22
no, don't see it. try again? you may have Pr'd yourself, or not hit the final green button. I'll get a notification when it comes in, but you can also look at https://github.com/openaps/docs/pulls to see the open docs PRs to confirm when it's been successful
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:29
got it!
wow, I love this design!
Do you have the source in something that I can make edits to? There's a couple of things on the chart I've been meaning to update
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 20:32
Its @ http://statuur.nl/temp/hardware.md.pdf (illustrator file)
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 20:34
So if build a loop system and if I leave it at home sometimes will I just fall into my default settings. Will the temp basal stop working?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:34
can you share the .ai version, too, @statuur ?
@jhendersion_twitter yes, it falls back to default settings. at the end of the time the temp basal is set for, it will end. So: if you walk out the door and it just set a 30 minute temp basal rate, at the end of 30 minutes, it ends and you'll just be at normal basal levels.
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 20:35
got it
I can always cancel temp basal if need so. I am not sure if I want to have this all the time example when I go to the gym and stuff like that
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:36
exactly.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:37
@statuur :clap: thanks! will make some edits & share back later to see what you think.
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 20:38
great!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 20:39
(but warning: I think this is fantastic, and I'd also like you to think about some images for the beginning of the OpenAPS docs to help illustrate the general concepts of how the system works! :) Like for this page to illustrate the high level concepts )
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 20:48
Can imagine that some additional infographic(s) help to understand the basic concept. I could make an infographic about the general concept of OpenAPS en closed looping and the steps how to get to it.
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 20:49
Hi, I'm trying to run Autotune for the first time. When I run npm list -g oref0 | egrep oref0@0.4.[0-9] || (echo Installing latest oref0 package && sudo npm install -g oref0)to get the latest version of oref0, I get a bunch of warnings:
Captura de pantalla 2018-04-12 a las 22.47.24.png
Is this expected?
Tim Gunn
@Tornado-Tim
Apr 12 2018 20:50
@danamlewis, think i found the trick as to why carb reading were not showing Nightscout, its because i entered a BG on the bolus wizard, ooops......
should have known not to do that as it will always give a correction if you are above target (i took it off the correction in most cases to stop this, but even still the carb doesnt show in NS), then openaps will temp me to 0 most likely, undoing all the work openaps was pulling me down to target
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 20:54
@juanjuanmejias_twitter yes, that's expected. if you'd like to PR in a note to the docs indicating that, I think that'd be helpful, as it's a common question.
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 20:54
OK, I will
And thanks
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 20:56
Just wondering.
1) Why does Nightscout ios app doesn't have build in notifications?
Build-in notifications that currently run trough pushover. Which makes it less easy to configure.
2) Is the source code of this app on Github?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 21:01
@statuur @aditmer was working on a new Nightscout iOS app that would support notifications, but the security model is actually really difficult to get right, since Apple expects a single central service to send the notifications, whereas each individual person has their own Nightscout instance. so securely sharing the notification credentials with everyone, in such a way that no one could send out false notifications to other users, is difficult.
Andrew Ditmer
@aditmer
Apr 12 2018 21:03
I think we have a reasonable solution for that
I just need to get back to it
Stupid day job
And night job
And kids
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 21:03
gitter room is https://gitter.im/nightscout/ios - there's some work ongoing to update the app for latest iOS and new iPhone sizes
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 21:06
@scottleibrand don't know what technique you used (but i'll download it now). I have build of few apps with ionic (basically node and angular). To create a homescreen notification is quit easy using that platform. I can imagine in Nightscout's case you have some additional security issues indeed.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 21:07
I don't do any iOS coding myself, so @aditmer is probably the best to comment on that
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 21:09
@scottleibrand - I'll mention users shouldn't worry if they get some warnings when running the command. Would you like me to add any further explanations?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 21:09
I would specifically mention that it's npm WARN messages they can ignore
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 21:09
OK, got it
Andrew Ditmer
@aditmer
Apr 12 2018 21:10
it uses Xamarin and Azure Notification Hub
I need to do some major updates to it: (updates for latest iOS, Android, and update the server code to make sure it works w/ the latest Nightscout)
since you have Node.js experience (I don't) can you help with the server side?
here is the branch we have for the server side push notification code: https://github.com/aditmer/cgm-remote-monitor/tree/wip/azurepush
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 21:19
Tnx. I'll look into it and see if i can contribute somehow. Does azurepush implies that your Nightscout site has to be hosted at Azure to be able to use push notifications?
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 21:20
@scottleibrand I haven’t done the ‘square-wave-test’ of off again / on again, but just this morning I broke something with update_config=1 that appears fixed with it removed.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 21:21
do you know how the update_config=1 got added in your case?
Martin Haeberli
@mhaeberli
Apr 12 2018 21:22
deposition testimony answer: ‘no’ ; ad-hoc answer: ‘copied from some other wpa_supplicant.conf I had lying around’ I’ll try this on a tethered test rig later today and report back. Btw, debugging wpa_supplicant based on the examples worked a treat, except the pathname in the example is dated - I may post a note later today.
@statuur cc @danamlewis very nice work on hardware.md.pdf !
statuur
@statuur
Apr 12 2018 21:26
By the way, Microsoft Azure (dutch) called me yesterday, they are very interested in all the developments around Openaps when i told them about it. They asked how and if the could contribute somehow. Any thought on that?
Juan Mejías
@juanjuanmejias_twitter
Apr 12 2018 21:29
@scottleibrand Scott, I sent my PR
Steve Bernacki
@sbernacki
Apr 12 2018 21:53
@statuur Maybe a free tier for Nightscout deployments? After introducing OpenAPS, we quickly started blowing through our free tier Azure plan. I don't mind paying for it, but offering a free tier for Nightscout might be a nice gesture of support
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 22:09
yeah, what they've done so far (give credits to NS Foundation to pass out) turned out to be insufficient: people still ended up having to pay at some point. so everyone switched off azure to heroku, whose free tier is really free.
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 22:31
I was hoping that some of you guys/girls were in S florida so we could meet up and help me set this Rig up
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 23:05
@jhendersion_twitter don't wait for a physical meetup to happen ;) start building & ask questions here when you run into bumps!
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 23:05
I plan on it
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 23:05
:+1:
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 23:06
Do some of you people help via teamviewer and google hangouts
I want BS 80-100 all the time is that possible
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Apr 12 2018 23:06
we usually do chat-based help - that allows multiple people to pitch in from wherever they are in the world
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 23:07
yeah.. I figured that
be nice one on one step by step
Tim Gunn
@Tornado-Tim
Apr 12 2018 23:08
5 Days Looping 24/7 and lovin it! :D Just filled out the form, wonder how many others in New Zealand are Looping on OpenAPS
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 23:08
what form?
Tim Gunn
@Tornado-Tim
Apr 12 2018 23:08
dont worry its an activity to do once you have closed the loop, its in the docs
not related to your issue
John
@jhendersion_twitter
Apr 12 2018 23:10
just setting up Nightscout has help me big time
I can only image what closed loop will do
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Apr 12 2018 23:16
@jhendersion_twitter even with closed loop, getting to 90% time in range 80-180 is quite an accomplishment. how tight you can make your range is a YDMV thing, where D is "diet" as much as "diabetes". but I wouldn't push yourself too hard: you're never going to be able to keep BG in the 80-100 range after food with just subcutaneous insulin.