Since SAFE devCon I have been independently focused on coding out my project to get it in the hands and used by peers. That has happened. http://healthscience.network/diyhslab.html ( referred to dsensor.org at DevCon). I took the risk that over the time it took to achieve this goal the SAFEnetwork would become practically deploy-able for our use. I think our timings are playing out.
The year end goal is to implement the DIY HealthScience Toolkit on the SAFE (test) Network https://medium.com/@DIYHSLAB/preparing-for-safe-network-3bab90634539 I have prepared a new branch on github https://github.com/healthscience/resolutionscience/tree/caledonia called caledonia where I will start the integration of the two projects. I will get stuck into that over the next two weeks and any input, guidance or coding help will be welcomed.
Getting data flowing was/is the priority. We have focused on two sources, wearable data via the open source project http://gadgetbridge.org/ and open air quality data via Luftdaten citizen science project https://luftdaten.info/en/home-en/ Again much integration is required, the SAFE android library needs coded into gadgetbridge https://github.com/aboynejames/Gadgetbridge and the toolkit makes it possible for each air quality devices to save a copy of their data to the SAFEnetwork. Climate change is the challenge of our current time and future.
There is much more to write but I think this reconnects our conversation. Those interested on more demos / news https://medium.com/@DIYHSLAB/ code https://github.com/healthscience I am pretty much coding this alone with great feedback from peers collecting and using their own data. We are excited about bringing the DIY HealthScience Toolkit (back) on the SAFEnetwork.