I can’t speak for everyone on the list but for me this is exactly the kind of
stuff I want to see on here: cool Python solutions to problems affecting global
and, particularly, local challenges. We’re going to put solar on our house
sometime in the next year, and the availability of Python APIs for one solution
or another would certainly sway me. (Having said that, two years in I still
haven’t played around with my Powershop data!)
Unfortunately I don’t have the bandwidth right now to do a code review, but I
hope someone else here will. Please write again when you are ready to release a
On 18 May 2018, 9:36 AM +1000, David Crisp <david.cr...@gmail.com>, wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is appropriate to ask for or not but I was wondering if
> there was anybody who would be happy to do a quick code review / code
> feedback on my Fronius Solar module I have written and give me some feedback
> on it.
> I have been working on this module for a while and I think I'm beginning to
> not be able to see the trees for the forest. It is NOT finished yet but it
> does what I need it to do for the moment.
> There's no unit tests though. I haven't worked out how to do these for
> dynamic data collected from APIs etc which could return anything.
> Currently being unemployed and not having access to a development team I
> don't get a chance to drop code in front of more experienced people and get
> ideas from them.
> The module should be able to be found at the following location.
> Bonus Points if you have your own Fronius solar inverter and you can actually
> run this code and retrieve data from it.
> If it's not appropriate to ask that then feel free to ignore or point me in
> the direction of somewhere that can help.
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