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Bump teslajsonpy to 0.0.24 #21675

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This updates to the newer version of teslajsonpy which now will try to wake_up the Tesla if it detects the Tesla is asleep when issuing commands. It will also retry commands to address a situation where the Tesla is awake but unable to issue the command internally.

NOTE: This version of teslajsonpy will not attempt to wake sleeping Tesla vehicles for standard updates to conserve battery. This means HA state will not update until the car is detected as awake.
The prior release would potentially wake vehicles resulting in potential phantom drain particularly for users who were not charging daily. In addition, Tesla implements certain deep sleep algorithms which would be prevented by constant updates. We will monitor the issues to see if this results in any major complaints from users to see if we need to expose a manual wake_up service.

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@balloob balloob merged commit dbb9204 into home-assistant:dev Mar 5, 2019

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0.90.0 #22216


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commented Apr 8, 2019

This is sooo much better! Thank you for your work on this!

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