Well, currently not much. I am still unable to do much and is waiting for the second part of my shoulder prosthesis replacement (currently just a thin steal distance instead of the upper bone). But good is at least that I am a bit more alert again after quitting a six week penicillin cure. I have never slept so much as I have done in the last weeks. Trust me.
Hopefully the next operation will be done before the summer and after that I hope I will be allowed (and able) to use the right arm again. That probably mean I will not be doing serious work again until the end of summer. It is hard to even think about that as I am VERY eager to finalize the current work and get next release out of the door.
well, things are like they are and there is no meaning to be low about the situation. Just wanted you guys know so you don’t think VSCP has gone away to the strawberry fields forever.
By encrypting destination addresses and obfuscating the source addresses, Bluetooth mesh is different. By capturing the data transmission of a Bluetooth mesh network, all you learn is that there is a network.
From tomorrow (29/1) I will be away for some shoulder surgery. I will stay at the hospital for a while after the operation but will hopefully be allowed to go home again as soon as things looks stable. Bad thing is that I will have to do this again in two month (same shoulder).
This means that I will be off the net for some time and will be unable to answer any questions about VSCP. I will try to put myself in front of a computer again as soon as I can put my right arm on the mouse without to much pain and to many pills.
I am sure Andy, Sven and the all the other people on the VSCP list can answer any questions during my “vacation”.
The rework of the VSCP code to remove wxWidget dependency from all code is moving forward (actually all wx code is removed now). The tcp/ip server, udp server, web-server, discovery server is now running. Drivers, websockets och remote variables is next to test.
Still some work left for sure but things have been smoother than expected actually.