Thanks for this link, I did not know about that platform Svenn. It looks nice from the outside and it's open source, that's something we can stand behind. I'll have to give that a try. Do you use this? How is the experience with multiple participants and screen sharing?Would jitsi.org be an alternative if the discussion always runs out of minutes? I missed todays call so I can't really tell the difference.
the nano comes in two basic versions, v2 and v3 , the pinouts are different ..I am interested to know if any others have had issues with Arduino Nano clone differences. I ordered two nanos each from two different sellers on Aliexpress. I recieved boards with ATmega 168P micros from one seller, and from the other, (WAVGAT) boards with ATmega 328P micros but these require specific board drivers and I can't get them to work with the ENC28J60.
The comm driver you need depends on whether you have the FTDI or the CH340 USB to serial chips; this is separate from the micro controller chip which can be 168P or 328P. Both types of boards I received had the CH340 USB to serial chip, I successfully installed that. The WAVGAT board apparently needs its own set of files in the Board Manager too; those files define everything about the board and are the reason you can use the Arduino IDE to program so many different types of boards. Before I downloaded and installed the board manager files, the baud rate I had to used in the serial monitor were 1/4th the baud rate set in the sketch code; afterwards they matched. Problem is, the WAVGAT board drivers seem to not include information necessary to work with the ENC library.the nano comes in two basic versions, v2 and v3 , the pinouts are different ..
second, the 328p version -may- require the CH340 comm driver
I did try this link it looks like we'll each need to set up some kind of account to get login credentials for Christian's server. I did reserve the AgOpenGPS Slack channel name a long time ago but I didn't do anything with it because the free version didn't offer enough features for what we are trying to accomplish. I hope this Mattermost platform will work better and because it's open source it looks like we will be able to continue developing AgOpenGPS for free.thank you everybody for joining the video conference .. i think jitsi has done a good work.
next time we can try christans own swiss server
he has also setup a mattermost discussion platform (like slack) on his private server..
here is the link:
i think it is time to move the developer talking to another place and help users here at the forum.
I believe that it also makes it easier for the user to keep track.
We should do one again sometime soon. I've been just swamped the last little while. I'm going to try Jitsi again but will do a mini trial ahead of time. Is Saturday July 6th a good date, or should we try a week day instead?Any new meetings planned? I tried to create a meet.magahugu account but I'm not receiving my verification emails (already checked the spam folder).