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    Jeff Hoefs
    @soundanalogous
    An Uno
    Rick Waldron
    @rwaldron
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    @soundanalogous I don’t understand that—if the UNO resets upon serial connect, then why was I able to introduce that bug where continuous reads setup on previous connections are still active?
    Jeff Hoefs
    @soundanalogous
    I have no idea. Maybe node-serialport doesn't send the dtr command the system typically sends
    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    it really should
    it used to
    @soundanalogous @rwaldron any ideas on how to test that kind of thing?
    Jeff Hoefs
    @soundanalogous
    Maybe a sketch that sets a pin to high or low on startup and a test script running on another board that reads that signal? With HW integration testing, you really need to put together a test rig at some point.
    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    @soundanalogous I was thinking of a sketch + a human driven test suite ala avrgirl copiliot
    Donovan Buck
    @dtex

    @reconbot I’m worried that the PR over in libuv is indeed stalled. The author is in China so we should give him time to respond on this morning's comments (and later an explicit ping), but it may very well be that it is no longer a need for him so his motivation will be gone. If that’s the case we need an author who can implement @saghul’s proposal but I think that’s a pretty special person given the low level and cross-platform knowledge required. Any thoughts on overcoming this (assuming the author has moved on)? CC’ing @nebrius

    https://github.com/libuv/libuv/pull/484#issuecomment-213434058

    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    my thoughts exactly
    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    I'd try to get funding for development if we need it. I want to better understand how it cleans up node-serialport and Nobel and stuff
    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    I think I may know who to talk to about picking it up again :)
    And I’m meeting with them for lunch today too
    agreed that we do need a new author
    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    @nebrius who?
    I’m in suspense
    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    All in due time :grin:. To be clear, the person I’m having lunch with is a PM, not a dev, but they may be able to point me in the right direction.
    Francis Gulotta
    @reconbot
    anything I can do to help let me know =)
    Ifeanyi Obiano
    @obinetbits

    I am trying to implement a nodejs server that receives syslog messages from a given local host and store it in Nedb

    How do I know the IP and port my syslog generator on my machine, cloud9,(another nodejs app) is running on. I can see it generate logs in console?

    How do i know where the IP and Port my server is running on or port it should be listening to?

    How do I setup the nodejs server to listen to this port and store the logs in Nedb internal database?

    I have tried to use winston, but I cant seem to be able to implement its http transport. https://github.com/winstonjs/winston/blob/master/docs/transports.md

    Please help, am about to run mad trying to resolve this. thanks

    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    @obinetbits you can use the os module to get the IP address from code: https://nodejs.org/api/os.html#os_os_networkinterfaces
    Carlos Justiniano
    @cjus
    I built a computer cluster using Raspberry Pi’s in order to play with NodeJS and microservices: https://github.com/cjus/hydra-cluster | Here’s a YouTube video of the cluster: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3ymApCExK8
    Rick Waldron
    @rwaldron
    JerryScript isn't a complete JS runtime, and not compatible with Node.js
    Shajan Jacob
    @shajanjp
    Hello all
    Carlos Garcia
    @chuckbot
    hi every one!!
    Marco
    @marcopiraccini
    Hi everybody!
    Just discovered that a Hardware Working Group exists :) How can I contribute?
    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    Hi @marcopiraccini! Welcome! We aren't an active group anymore, as it turns out there wasn't a whole lot for us to do. However, one thing I'd point you at is libuv/libuv#484. Getting that implemented would help out the NodeBots ecosystem quite a bit. If you're looking to code, and aren't afraid to work in C, maybe take a look?
    Marco
    @marcopiraccini
    I'm not afraif to work in C :)
    So yes I'll tale a look!
    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    awesome, thanks! :D
    Matthias Kallenbach
    @seekwhencer
    hi dudes
    Joseph Ashwin Kottapurath
    @ashwinkjoseph
    hey guys
    I want to implement a form of Quality of Service on a form factor like NodeMCU
    So, I was going through some libraries and came across https://github.com/node-pcap/node_pcap and https://github.com/mscdex/cap
    I am really new to capturing packets and network stuff
    could someone offer some advice
    is it possible to use these libraries in NodeMCU
    Brian Cooke
    @fivdi
    @ashwinkjoseph I can't really offer you any advice on how to achieve what you would like to achieve. However, node_pcap and cap are Node.js modules that require Node.js to run. On the other hand the NodeMCU platform is a Lua based platform for ESP8266 microcontrollers with approx. 128kB of RAM and 4MB of flash. Node.js isn't available for ESP8266 microcontrollers.
    Joseph Ashwin Kottapurath
    @ashwinkjoseph
    but I head that we could burn the firmware to run node.js
    and a friend of mine burned the firware for micropython and used micropython
    Brian Cooke
    @fivdi

    but I head that we could burn the firmware to run node.js

    I'm not aware of this being possible.

    and a friend of mine burned the firware for micropython and used micropython

    Yes, this is possible.

    Perhaps you mean one of the following but they are not the same thing as Node.js.

    https://github.com/Moddable-OpenSource/moddable
    https://github.com/espruino/Espruino
    https://github.com/cesanta/mongoose-os

    Or perhaps https://github.com/rwaldron/johnny-five

    Joseph Ashwin Kottapurath
    @ashwinkjoseph
    k, Ive looked Espruino and johnny-five, Espruino seems to come closest
    Im gonna give it a try
    what is the smallest form factor that can support node.js?
    not in a way that johnny-five supports it
    Brian Cooke
    @fivdi
    The smallest that I know of and have used are boards like the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black, PocketBeagle or C.H.I.P.
    Bryan Hughes
    @nebrius
    When you say “smallest form factor” do you mean physical size or power consumption? The Raspberry Pi Zero is pretty small, about the size of a Huzzah Feather, but it’s power consumption is a little higher. The Tessel 2 is lower power than the Pi Zero IIRC, but it’s a bigger board. Both run Node.js on top of Linux