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  1. M

    Elon & Twitter

    Sure, as many as possible may be none. But I’m sure many others would quit on their own!
  2. M

    Elon & Twitter

    I would definitely quit if Elon bought my employer. I’d probably try to convince as many other employees as possible that it’s time to go.
  3. M

    Elon & Twitter

    I think you're talking about embedded tweets, which is different than the API (or a different API) that is used to programmatically read and post tweets. I run a twitter bot (which is totally open about being a bot), and it uses the official twitter API, and it is surely not counted as a mDAU...
  4. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Rancho Carmel Dr (Permit status, 8 stalls)

    There's an Oggi's Pizza here. And a place call Quick Wok, which I've never been to. There used to be a Starbuck's, but no more, unfortunately.
  5. M

    Body shop said paints shouldn’t match??

    I can’t speak to whether this is true, but I’ve heard this before from various body shops. Some even have sign in their lobby saying this.
  6. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Still not open as of yesterday evening. It's always possible something has changed today, but I haven't looked.
  7. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Yeah, I was just out walking, and the traffic light is out at Carmel Mountain and Canter Heights, along with everything I could see along Canter Heights and Carriage Run Drive. I'm surprised they would plan a night outage that would affect a traffic signal. Even with the temporary stop signs...
  8. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    This afternoon, there was work happening at the pad across the street. There was a big green box on a flatbed truck, a crane, and giant spools of wire.
  9. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Hmm.. when I drove by this morning, that green box across the street was gone!
  10. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Here are some photos I took today. The second and third photos are across the street. I suspect that one is not a transformer, because it has no cooling fins, but it's rather just a junction box.
  11. M

    Model S REST API

    I did not have to start over with step 1. I was still able to use my last refresh token from step 3 to do step 5. The refresh token seem to live for quite a long time, so even if your bearer token has expired, you can still renew. Yes, that's correct. The refresh step above returns a refresh...
  12. M

    Model S REST API

    My token renewal started failing a few days ago with an "unsupported grant type" error. It turns out, the auth sequence has been simplified, as discussed here: Auth page goes 401 · Issue #548 · timdorr/tesla-api You no longer exchange the bearer token for the access token, and instead just use...
  13. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Still missing the transformer, when I was there yesterday.
  14. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Ranch (permit filed, 12 stalls)

    So we'll have a supercharger site on each of the two Carmel Mountain Roads in San Diego!
  15. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    When I drove by yesterday, it looked like the retaining wall had been rebuilt. I think they worked all weekend on it.
  16. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Today there is work happenning on both sides of the street. There were definitely some landscapers at the supercharger side. Two things that suggest to me that the work across the street is related to the supercharger: There were some gigantic pieces of conduit laying around the work site, which...
  17. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Not sure why irrigation would require such a massive hole in the ground, though. Has anyone taken a close look to see what the label is on the vault cover next to the hole? Maybe that would offer a clue.
  18. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Today there was a crew working across the street, again. They have a giant hole dug next to the existing vault that's over there. At the supercharger site itself, they've removed some of the fencing. It looks like the purpose was to open up the pedestrian walkway that connects the parking lot...
  19. M

    Model S REST API

    Just FYI, the legacy /data endpoint seems to be gone. I've been getting 404 on that for a few days. I switched my scripts over to the /vehicle_data endpoint (which seems to have been around for a while), and I'm back in business.
  20. M

    Model S REST API

    When the token is expired, I get back a 401 status code from the HTTP request, which is the standard code for unauthorized. So I'll just kick off a renewal if I see that. I'll probably add some protection against trying to renew the token over and over again, if for some reason I keep getting...
  21. M

    Model S REST API

    I ran into the same issue. Token became invalid, long before expiration. I guess I will need to update my script for this possibility.
  22. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    I'm guessing the concrete forms in the last photo are where the supercharger cabinets will go, judging by those clusters of conduit.
  23. M

    Model S REST API

    That "streaming API" refers to the API that provides rapid updates of the car's GPS location and vital data. The issue you want to track is this: https://github.com/timdorr/tesla-api/issues/464 Unfortunately, there's not much info there, at least not yet. The repo itself is not dead.
  24. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    To me, it doesn’t really look like much progress has been made since the last photos in this thread. I stopped by today and took these photos:
  25. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Forgot to post about this earlier, and I didn't get any photos, but Carmel Mountain Road was getting dug up on the opposite side of the street on Saturday. It looks like they trenched a little ways toward the median, but they only had the north-most lane closed. No idea if that has anything to...
  26. M

    Model S REST API

    Hmm.. what libraries is it complaining about? Be sure to check ".NET desktop development" under the workloads tab in the Visual Studio installer. (Since you've already installed it, you can run the installer again from your start menu and click the modify button to add or remove features.) I...
  27. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Del Mar Heights Road (CLOSED 16 Sep 2021, 18 urban stalls)

    They allowed the supercharger to be installed in first place, so seems like they weren't EV haters at the time.
  28. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Also, this location corresponds to 4627 Carmel Mountain Rd (the main Von's parcel), not 4639 (the back lot), which is what's in the permit. So is there a new permit for this?
  29. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Interesting choice of location! Definitely going to make the front lot busier. The permit linked in the first post still shows one item not signed off : "LDR-Eng Building Review"
  30. M

    Model S - HPWC (High Power Wall Connector)

    More want than need. I don't want to make an extra stop at a supercharger. I don't find them super convenient, while I do find overnight charging at home to be extremely convenient. So I want to minimize supercharger use as much as possible.
  31. M

    Model S - HPWC (High Power Wall Connector)

    That's a good point. Though there are situations where more range would mean more driving between charges. For instance, if you just got back from road trip, you might have a very low state of charge (why waste time at superchargers when you have enough range to get home?) and want to recharge...
  32. M

    Model S - HPWC (High Power Wall Connector)

    Have they said this, or have they just indicated it by doing it? I would expect that someday, as battery capacity increases, they will have to go back up.
  33. M

    Model S - HPWC (High Power Wall Connector)

    Tesla has actually reduced the maximum L2 charging rate over time. When the Model S first came out, in 2012, it was available with dual 40A chargers, so it could charge at 80A and almost 20kW. Today, for most models, the max charge current is 48A, according to this page...
  34. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Do we know which part of the lot they're going to build on? I always thought the southwest corner was a sensible place to build it.
  35. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    Did this thread lose "Torrey Hills" from the title? I guess this is for consistency with what Tesla calls it. But it might be worth considering that San Diego has two Carmel Mountain Roads, and it also has a neighborhood named "Carmel Mountain Ranch" that's not here. (The original "Mount Carmel...
  36. M

    Model S REST API

    Just remember to install Visual Studio Community Edition, not Visual Studio Code.
  37. M

    Model S REST API

    Personally, I wouldn't trust a binary from a random stranger on the internet... but I can probably find a way to send it to you, if you really want.
  38. M

    Model S REST API

    From the README: Have you tried Test.WPF? As I said earlier, that's what I used to test the library, and it did work. I don't think the library will get updated to accommodate every change that Tesla makes to the login page. You'll have to use a webview, or similar. Fortunately, once you...
  39. M

    Model S REST API

    The just tried the sample WPF app today, and it worked fine.
  40. M

    Model S REST API

    @ScanxTaz If you're using Windows, the Test.WPF app from GitHub - tomhollander/TeslaAuth: C# / .NET core library for authenticating to Tesla's Owner API seems like a pretty good way to do authentication, since it uses a WebView, and thus ought to be able to handle CAPTCHAs or any other weird...
  41. M

    Model S REST API

    From this: https://github.com/timdorr/tesla-api/blob/master/docs/miscellaneous/endpoints.md I see: "CHARGING_AMPS": { "TYPE": "POST", "URI": "api/1/vehicles/{vehicle_id}/command/set_charging_amps", "AUTH": true }, I don't exactly how to use it, but I presume its usage is...
  42. M

    Model S REST API

    @ScanxTaz I wonder if you're hitting this Captcha problem: Tesla Added a Captcha Verification on the Login Page · Discussion #390 · timdorr/tesla-api
  43. M

    Model S REST API

    The authentication doesn't boil down to just one curl command. Sorry if I gave that impression. What I did was use my web browser to authenticate, and then used the web browser's network debugging tool to capture the auth code. But it looks like now they have a check in there against the...
  44. M

    Model S REST API

    Oh, I didn't realize you were stuck on tesla-info.com. That I don't have any visibility into. Though "internal server error" makes it sound like it's a server problem, not a client problem.
  45. M

    Model S REST API

    Yes, it's the app API. Can you share a curl command, which demonstrates the problem?
  46. M

    eMMC recall reimbursement

    At least a class action lawsuit could punish Tesla, which might make them do better next time.
  47. M

    Supercharger - San Diego, CA - Carmel Mountain Road (LIVE 10 May 2022, 24 V3 stalls)

    I wonder where they charge them? Wish is was a Tesla Semi! :)

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