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OpenPlotter 2 roadmap
(2020-01-01, 10:20 AM)It Paradyske Wrote:
(2019-12-30, 10:36 PM)Sailoog Wrote: Pypilot and serial apps updated.

Next stop openplotter-moitessier app, some docs work and we will publish the first stable OpenPlotter 2 version.

Hi, thanks for all the great work!
I am currently testing with a MPU9250 connected, and there seems to be a problem with an offset?
In the window "alignment" from Calibration PyPilot, the boat is slowly spinning in all 3 axis.
Pitch, Roll, Heel and Heading slowly drift with a couple of degrees per minute.

On the old image (Openplotter 1.0.0) same hardware, the thing is stable.
Are more people experiencing this?

Hello, everybody, 
Can I ask you to ask this question again in "bug reports"? 
I'm afraid that this threat will increase in mass due to concrete questions or problems. 
If you ask the question in a separate threat, it will be easier and faster to find later.
Greetings Jürgen
Angel  Entschuldigung für mein Englisch. Es ist "deepl.com english"
PN bitte auf german.  Big Grin
this thread and this one http://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.php?tid=1855
have both gone off topic and are a mess there's a lot of good info that's hard to find.
should they be closed to force new topics.?
sailoog could still update the first post
mare liberum
(2020-01-01, 10:50 AM)jim321 Wrote: this thread and this one http://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.php?tid=1855
have both gone off topic and are a mess there's a lot of good info that's hard to find.
should they be closed to force new topics.?
sailoog could still update the first post


This thread is closed. We will keep publishing just new posts with news about development and we will edit the first post to add latest pre-releases.

Please, publish the bugs you find in OpenPlotter 2 in bugs forum adding a tag [OP2] to title.
openplotter-moitessier app updated. It contains a dual driver that should work in latest kernels for Raspberry 3 and 4 and for Moitessier HAT 1 and 2. Owners of a moitessier HAT, please test and report.
New SD images and NOOBS files available for OpenPlotter Starting and OpenPlotter Headless pre-releases.

And the first OpenPlotter Moitessier HAT pre-release is already available too. All required apps are installed and pre-configured to use this HAT out of the box. Just plug and sail!!

Most apps are almost stable, so we are going to start writing docs and we will publish the first and stable OpenPlotter 2 version soon.

Please test latest images and report or help us with translations.


http://forum.openmarine.net/showthread.p...0#pid10280
You probably have noticed that new packages repositories have been added in OpenPlotter Settings v2.0.25-stable. We have changed from Ubuntu PPA to cloudsmith.io. This will be the future repository of OpenCPN and we want to be ready for the big changes of the next version. Besides this, building debian packages will be easier and faster: https://cloudsmith.io/~openplotter/repos.../packages/

We are migrating all openplotter apps there as stable. That means that only small fixes and translations will be done until the official release of OpenPlotter 2 stable.
In the first post of this thread you can see the announcement of the launch of the stable version of OpenPlotter 2!

You can keep using pre-releases installations but we recommend to download and install the latest image or NOOBS file to have a clean system.


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