Sparkplug becomes an international standard. Matter is an international standard. Interest for VSCP is none. At least almost. It is maybe or even probably time for me to stop the work on VSCP and do other things. Enjoy my last time in life, spending it on doing just fun stuff.
It’s so silent. On all fronts. And there is a reason. I am working on the new version VSCP Works. QT based. And it takes time. A lot of time. Will probably use up the rest of this year and a a big chunk of next year also before it becomes available. And somewhere into this I will try to find a point where beta code can be released. As of now – even if many parts are useful – that would just take extra time I don’t have.
I will try to make up a demo video when the current partial design is in place to show what this piece of software can do,
A goiod friend from Germany, Andreas Merkle (BlueAndi), (old VSCP’ers knows him well as he done a lot of nice & valuable VSCP work) sent this video and I think it is so nice so I want to share it. Outside temperature here on the VSCP hill at 20:20 today as when the video was shot.
VSCP: You can look at device for device and create control software for each and one of them, we did it another way, we though of a black box device and created control software that works with everything that exists.