Hey guys we are working on a simple add-on device that lets you remotely monitor and get alerts from your freeze dryers. Heard many stories about burnt hash any baby monitors, would like to understand how this would or would not help.
Oh yeah with current system you’ll be able to add as many as you want. We’re just figuring out best way to display them. What would you want to see when looking at one freeze dryer vs. seeing panel of like 10 at once?
Unless @addictedtohash wants to support this program forever, that might be the best outcome. Collect a nice paycheck and then move on while HR integrates it into their stack. Seems reasonable, no? After all, 80% of the lifecycle cost of a program is in support rather than development…
We want to pursue whatever is best for hash makers. Know they have interest in iot stuff but don’t know if they care enough about hash makers to create/support the things they need. Still feeling it out, we’ll have to see where it goes.
Either way we are 100% in this for the longrun and supporting hash makers is why we got into this in the first place. Excited to see where all the freeze drying tek goes in the short/long term. And hopefully data will help with the innovation there as well.
I’m excited to see what you guys put out! I was in no way trying to cut down your commitment to your codebase. I’ve been there. You put a ton of work into it, monetization goes “okay” and you’re left with a more or less “finished” (it’s never done…) codebase that you have to continue to support until…. Until you decide. I could see y’all breathing a whole lot of life into these machines and then cashing out in order to use your experience in this project to springboard your next one. Honestly I kinda wish I would’ve directed my programming experience towards cannabis instead of chasing the hemp high. I’ve got tons of respect for programmers and I’m excited to see what y’all do!
Yeah totally understand where you’re coming from – just wanted to make sure people know we’re committed to supporting hashers longterm. Would love to connect sometime and get some more detailed feedback from you on what we’re working on.