@josh Yes, of course I’m fine with being part of the open source patron program. There are all sorts of things I want to do yet.
@t_doust Your best bet is to issue a pull request to me if you know how to do that on github. Then my changes and your changes to M2RET can both be merged together more simply. Otherwise it is tough to have multiple developers working on the same code base. But, if you can’t do a pull request then I can manually merge your changes in anyway. It’d probably just take a little longer. Also, for a wireless SavvyCAN connection - how did you plan to do that? Currently savvycan gets data either from a serial port or socketcan device and I don’t know how easy it is to create a serial port over wifi. Are you able to create a serial port out of a wifi socket? That’s a kind of slick thing if it works! Otherwise it is possible to add another mode to SavvyCAN - perhaps an IP option where someone could select an IP address and port number to create a TCP or UDP socket.
So, you’re using the Expressif module huh? I have one as well (an early version of it I think) and I’ve done work with the ESP32 on another project. So, I’m pretty familiar with it. The code in M2RET so far is geared toward the XBEE modules but might be use with ESP32 to some extent. It does always seem a little tough to program the ESP32 module. On my other project I created a sketch that I can switch back and forth between uploading and passthrough serial port. But, I never ended up with a really good solution.