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The gardening group box is aiming to escape #208
Please don't delete this - it's a long term issue that we need to be reminded of every now and again. If it's deleted, the likelihood is that it will get forgotten completely.…
On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 5:12 PM, Guy Fraser ***@***.***> wrote: This issue looks stale - can it be closed? If no follow-up comments by 1st May I will close this ticket. — You are receiving this because you are subscribed to this thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#208 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AIp8MHBAB4F4OY-Hpv9LFMqkGKRX5Dbqks5ryicAgaJpZM4GT_pH> .
I'm not convinced a pot plant merits a long-term github ticket, especially considering a) there have been no updates to this ticket since Oct 2015 and b) no solution has been proposed to the hyacinth predicament.
Maybe we could refactor this ticket to implement a long-term solution, for example: Use a microcontroller and some sensors to monitor soil moisture and leaf RGB and have it tweet the plant status should things take a turn for the worse (eg. too much yellow or brown in the leaves, soil too wet or dry)? -- at least then there is a tangiable goal and clear exit to the ticket.
(I have an RGB sensor I can donate if anyone wants to work on this mini project?)