The TTN Conf was a blast.
Pymesh (Mesh over LoRa) was presented, in a pre-release shape, even more we had a ~30ppl workshop, which was full-house.
Technically, the most interesting thing, was presentation of LoRaWAN extender (Relay) idea, which Nicolas Sornin (LoRa inventor/Semtech CTO) would like to add to LoRaWAN standard pretty soon. This goes hand-in-hand with our Pymesh development efforts. I was lucky to have a private meeting with Nicolas, in which we debated the Pymesh. Furthermore, in this workshop, he presented some tech ideas that I'll incorporate in Pymesh LoRa physical layer.
As general note, lots of business people were interested in using Pymesh and Pygo for real use-cases.
Now-days, my efforts go into integrating Pymesh into our master development, so to be released ASAP. Also, more micropy scripts should be released to exemplify Pymesh usage.
I was able to connect my NanoGateway to TTN, then I connected a node and i no had problems, however, now I am having problems to connect the node, when I start the node the following messages appear in the NanoGateway:
@bucknall I have watched the webinar and still have some problems with understanding how to send data between two Lopys. Should both of them be connected to a computer? If so do I need to use two computers to do that? How can I send the data without connecting Lopys to computer?
I believe these are very easy questions but i am a begginer here...
I personally hate it when people cancel last minute for an event, been in that position as organizer more than once, but I simply have to make some calendar choices for this Saturday. It is one of those “busy parents with busy children and full schedules” kind of things. So I won't be seeing all of you in Eindhoven.
Sorry guys :(