O2 sensor values on CCR dives
bperrybap at opensource.billsworld.billandterrie.com
Sat Dec 2 11:18:30 PST 2017
But if the download data contains information that must be interpreted/converted then it is no longer an internal implementation detail.
On 12/02/2017 12:56 PM, Dirk Hohndel wrote:
> We have a very good working relationship with Shearwater. So far their position has been that this is an internal implementation detail that is not documented.
>> On Dec 2, 2017, at 10:45 AM, Bill Perry <bperrybap at opensource.billsworld.billandterrie.com> wrote:
>> Have you or Jeff ever directly approached Shearwater to get a working relationship with them to avoid having to do all this reverse engineering?
>> About 10 years ago when I was reverse engineering the Aeris dive computers, I tried to build a relationship with Pelagic and even tried to get Aeris & Oceanic to help pressure them.
>> While I had good relationships with some very high level people at Aeris and Oceanic and they wanted Pelagic to work with me, Pelagic never would respond with the needed information.
>> That said, Shearwater seems like a totally different company.
>> From the few email conversations I've had so far with Shearwater, they have seemed to be willing to listen & talk, but I have only been discussing Perdix AI GUI user interface issues
>> and have not yet pushed on them for any internal technical details.
>> Surely, the subsurface project is big enough to get their attention.
>> And if the number of contacts could be limited/restricted to just a couple of people on this end, Shearwater could work with the project get their products fully supported.
>> --- bill
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