Volonteer wanted for Twizy
Thanks to the kind people running the OVMS project, we have access to quite a bit of documentation on the Twizy. Unfortunately, the current developers are unable to implement this knowledge into CanZE, mainly because lack of Twizy to play with :-). If developing CanZE taught us one thing, it is that it is virtually impossible to add functions without the car available; remote testing simply doesn’t cut it.
So, if any volunteer is available, we would be happy to take him or her into the team. There is no hard prerequisite (hint: when I started I had not written a single Android program), but it would be fair to say the following would help, in diminishing order of importance:
- Owns a Twizy, ELM dongle and an Android device, and is willing to play and experiment with it;
- Can bear to stumble along and spend too much free time;
- Has done some development in Java or C++;
- Has done some Android development.
We would love to hear from you!
I can help, a small bit. I have quite a few other commitments at the moment, but I do have a working Arduino / Can interface for the Twizy already. I will check out the docs and see if I can figure out CanZe App, depending how much I remember from Java programming from years ago. And if Bob ever has too much time on his hands, he’s welcome to borrow my Twizy 😉 Luxembourg is probably one of the few countries you can drive across in the Twizy on one charge 😀
If you want i’ve a Twizy and a Zoe with a fully functional elm and Android device.
Hi, at least the first two point are ok and a bit of C. So let me give it a try.
Im also willing to help with my Twizy.
the only one I don’t have is a Twizy, but in the company I work in has one and it’s used verry seldom.