JP Vossen on 16 Feb 2019 20:38:40 -0800

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[PLUG] gpsd and 2019-04-06

I've googled a bit and surfed but I haven't yet found any clues about gpsd and the in-progress & impending 2019-04-06 implosion [1].

I'm assuming that in context "firmware" means actual firmware on the chip itself, and thus below gpsd's level. But I'm also assuming that gpsd might be able to hack in a fudge-factor to handle stupid firmware, since, after all, that's kinda what it does [2]. :-)

My personal interest in this is if my rPi NTPSec server using a 2017 Adafruit breakout v3 chip is going to lose its mind. Per [1] it sounds like it'll probably be OK, but in general this sounds like a gpsd FAQ to me. I'm getting good data from it but it's not clear to me if it's possible to tell from just this how it will react:
# Captured 2019-02-16_16:20_EST

ESR or anyone, clues?


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