Forum N00b here!


#1

Hola! Bonjour! Wahey! Top ‘o the mornin’! Whatever your language - hello!

I’m a T1 pumper (MM 722 - two weeks so far) and decided to join here. Place looks pretty cool, so - here I am. I was over at DiabetesForums but, I think I’ve worn out my welcome, and it seems a bit too . . . errr - whatever. I’m just glad to join a new place with new people.

Right now, my number one objective is to get my darn sugars under control with this pump, then I want to hack / reverse engineer this thing. :smiley: Anyway, here’s my breakdown: 24, male, dx’ed back in '98, and living in Missouri (it really is how it sounds . . . “misery”.) Just thought I’d introduce myself.

Adios! Arrivederci! Err . . . buh-bye!

(Disclaimer: I am no way a multi-linguist & my mood purely depends on my blood sugars and whether or not I’m having a cheeseburger for dinner.)


#2

LOL! hello Froggy:)
Welcome to Tudiabetes. While you’re hopping around: if you’re in the mood for a bit of tightin up the body and losin some weight… Check us out at the Weight Loss Team:)
We set our personal goals,cheer each other on, no matter the speed of getting there.
MeadowLark


#3

Which pump are you using? And if you hack it, what will you do?

Are you trying to get to the data, or something else?


#4

Hey Frogster - Here’s a forum somebody started on the hacking issue. http://tudiabetes.ning.com/forum/topic/show?id=583967%3ATopic%3A195…
I know that hacking a Minimed could very likely void its warranty.

I know a fellow NJ resident & programmer who worked on a contract basis with Minimed, meaning that programming work for Minimed outside California is possible. Probably the technical biggest challenge now is development of a paradigm for how an artificial pancreas will decide to deliver insulin.


#5

Thank! Here’s the thread I’ve been following and have contributed to: http://tudiabetes.ning.com/group/geekswithdiabetes/forum/topic/show?id=583967%3ATopic%3A24103

I wonder if your NJ programmer has done some Crestron work. Hmmmm. :wink: