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  1. This please, heading orientated eventually in 3Dish with autozoom… Might be just me but I’ve always had trouble with north up maps 🙂
  2. Damn, even with a much less efficient e-Soul with a big pack, I plan carefully around there, so I understand the pain... Well, the insider who let me in on some secret intel probably wouldn’t read me here, but there will be a rollout of a Corridoor “2“, most likely planned off-highways à la Tesla... and I deeply hope they fill in the vast empty spots we have in France... Damn country has been breast-fed diesel for generations despite being a 80% nuke-powered empire and we have to hunt for charging spots, it sores me when I think about it... Gotta reach out to Berlin, I really need to get
  3. Hi all ! It has been said that most charge point data comes from crowdsourced origins, but as open data takes off, event though they can sometimes have hiccups, they tend to be less off over time. In France, we have the special case of Izivia (formerly know as Corridoor) a subsidiary branch of the formerly state-owned electric company. They have closed 189 out of 217 HPC points after two cases of flaming EVTronic stations (I lived next to a third one that was right next to my building that went on fire a while back), they’re still in a blaming war on who’ at fault 🤦🏼‍♂
  4. Seems OAuth will be taken care of 😉 https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Monitoring-System-3/pull/365#issuecomment-623629323 Glad to see an amazing project connect to a great route planning tool 😉 Hugs to all ! Stay safe !
  5. Hi, I just saw a PR request go by ( https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Monitoring-System-3/pull/362 ) AddIng Oauth would imply creating a web plugin along with the script, which could use the “usr“ parms to store settings OvmsConfig.Set("usr", "abrp.apikey", "@@@-@@@-@@@-@@@@@@") on the web plugin side and apikey = OvmsConfig.Get("usr", "abrp.apikey", ‘keyunset’ ) same for the car model, from the script for example, shouldn’t be too hairy. I’d rather let him the honors of doing so (and I’m rusty on the web side, ask me for a galera or a drbd cluster, but html takes me time
  6. Hi all ! Julien, aka JaXX, half French, half German, groomed in the US, currently living in Burgundy (you know, red wine* and all 😉 ) been around quite a lot. Can’t say I’ve had many EVs, but started with a Renault Twizy, upgraded to an early VW e-UP! (Damn that was zippy in and around Paris) and got my hands on a Kia e-Soul e-Design 64kWh (with the connected UVO on a 10.25 » display), purchased to travel down south more easily to see someone (well she dumped me two weeks after getting delivery, but heck, I’m keeping the car, lovin’ it) Longest trip was Troyes to Toulouse via Ly
  7. Works like a charm (had to add a « abrp.send(1); » in ovmsmain.js to get it start upon boot since I unplug the module when the car is off to avoid draining. Changed the script to call my own server which calls the ABRP api with the same GET string, that way I keep some data in my own InfluxDB 😉 Simply put, it’s great !
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