I’m definitely interested in. All my weekends in near future are sold and the first possibly available one is 11-12.3. Easter and the following weekend (Model-Expo) are gone too.
Yes. Very interested! Model Expo weekend is already double-booked, but others before it mostly ok. 11-12.3 ok for me as well.
+1 for interest
Sure I’m in! I’ve got 2 LoPys and 2 Dragino Lora/GPS HATs for Raspberry Pi and I really want to try them out in a good company.
11.-12.3. is ok for me too. Can we lock the date so I can ask the date free from home?
Haven’t gotten details hammered out with Vitaly yet, in other news ST is organizing one in April http://www.st.com/content/st_com/en/about/events/events.html/lorawan-hands-on-workshop-with-stm32.html
Hi everyone, I am Vitaly from Everynet
As I understand weekends are more preferable.
I can do March 4-5 or maybe March 11-12 depends on my workload.
March 4-5 is impossible for me, so let’s lock March 11-12 for this.
March 11-12 is also only possible for me.
I thought I replied here, I talked with @vkleban out-of-band and we agreed on March 11-12 already a while back (I did remember to update the title it seems, though…)
Ok! I guess the place is Helsinki Hacklab / Pitäjänmäki? And the schedule will appear somewhere some day?
I have no idea on time, guess @rambo will lead this.
For the agenda I propose the following topics:
- LoRaWAN introduction and protocol
- Available LoRaWAN devices and use-cases
- Getting started with Everynet proof of concept kit
Of course, it will be followed by open discussion.
Will it be enough?
I am open.
At Takkatie 18 and I guess we’d start at 12 as usual for the weekend workshops. I guess on Saturday afternoon we’ll know if we need to come back on Sunday to continue.
Sounds good! See you at Hacklab Saturday 2017-03-11T12:00:00 EET.
May I advertise this elsewhere?
Sure, more the merrier
At least I am here
Many thanks, so workshop participants that want personal credentials to Everynet cloud (to add your own applications and devices without pestering me about it ) you can use https://my.everynet.com/#frontend/register
I have access to the cloud so I can add your applications and devices the the cloud meanwhile.
Edit: my test code:
- Application https://github.com/rambo/everynet_lora_server_test
- Device https://github.com/rambo/pymeetup20170125_talk/tree/master/lopy_test
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