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Old 10-01-22, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Troul View Post
im not expecting anyone to make the entire list.
If someone has X & Y, & possibly a Z working together, that person would post a reply with such info [ie: Brands, models, series/submodels if applicable] & the original post reflects the info.
if a person is looking for the helpful information, they can ctrl find within this thread or scroll down the list.
this thread was that purpose, to assemble the information as its received.

The complaining, criticism without understanding the intent, & assumptions are uncalled for. If you don't have helpful information to contribute to this thread, your wasting your time more than anyone else in this thread.
​​​​​​Basically all of this is documented on the internet. Instead of Ctrl F on one page, you let google do it for you on all pages. It's quick and easy. 🙂
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Old 10-01-22, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Iride01 View Post
Certainly no hate in that reply you quoted and I fail to see any complaining in it either.
???

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Besides, I noticed that you haven't volunteered to make this list. If you lack a website to publish it, then just make a thread here and maybe it'll become a sticky.
You definitely are not paying attention: I think it's not worth the effort.

Anyway, you haven't volunteered either. No one has.

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Old 10-01-22, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Troul View Post
The complaining, criticism without understanding the intent, & assumptions are uncalled for. If you don't have helpful information to contribute to this thread, your wasting your time more than anyone else in this thread.
Nonsense. Critiquing a proposal is reasonable and you don't have dispensation from criticism.
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Originally Posted by Seattle Forrest View Post
​​​​​​Basically all of this is documented on the internet. Instead of Ctrl F on one page, you let google do it for you on all pages. It's quick and easy. 🙂
This forum doesn't seem that active with questions like this anyway.
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Originally Posted by Troul View Post
I'll start the list:
Wahoo Elemnt Bolt works with Garmin Varia Radar
Wahoo Elemnt Roam works with Garmin Varia Radar
Low hanging fruit.

https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Wahoo...in+Varia+Radar
https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Wahoo...in+Varia+Radar

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im not expecting anyone to make the entire list.
If someone has X & Y, & possibly a Z working together, that person would post a reply with such info [ie: Brands, models, series/submodels if applicable] & the original post reflects the info.
Whatever you end-up (If anything) with will duplicate what people can better find by searching but nowhere near as well or as comprehensively.

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Old 10-01-22, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by njkayaker View Post
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You definitely are not paying attention: I think it's not worth the effort.

Anyway, you haven't volunteered either. No one has.
I suppose you didn't read any of my previous posts in this thread or perhaps you just misunderstood who was the subject I was speaking to because of the nesting of your post with their response.

I was speaking to Troul . I will have thought my first reply in this thread was clear that I too see this as not worth the effort.
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It'd be a pain to keep up to date. But hey, if you are volunteering!
So from my point of view and your misunderstanding of what I meant, I will say that you need to turn this back around on you!
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You definitely are not paying attention
However up to this point in the thread before you misconstrued once again what I said, I actually agree with you.
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Old 10-01-22, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Iride01 View Post
I was speaking to Troul .
Oops. I missed that.
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Originally Posted by Iride01 View Post
Besides, I noticed that you haven't volunteered to make this list. If you lack a website to publish it, then just make a thread here and maybe it'll become a sticky.
The basic problem with things like the original proposal is that people making them have no idea how much work it is to do and keep doing. It would also be hard to do this in a way that was better than what already exists (googling).
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The basic problem with things like the original proposal is that people making them have no idea how much work it is to do and keep doing.
I totally agree. However I was trying to give the OP a method to make their desires come to fruition.

But obviously they don't want to make even the "little effort" they perceive it to be! <grin>
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Originally Posted by Seattle Forrest View Post
​​​​​​Basically all of this is documented on the internet. Instead of Ctrl F on one page, you let google do it for you on all pages. It's quick and easy. 🙂
Not everyone uses one page when googling multiple different things. Lets keep the thread on topic.
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I think it's not worth the effort.
Everyone is entitled to there own opinion, whether that opinion is valued is not on you to make that decision.
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Not everyone uses one page when googling multiple different things. Lets keep the thread on topic.
Ok then getting back to the original topic, such a thing does not exist exactly as you describe it. So you can find answers the ways we're suggesting, or not find them. Or you can be the change you wish to see in the world. 🙂
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Ok then getting back to the original topic, such a thing does not exist exactly as you describe it. So you can find answers the ways we're suggesting, or not find them. Or you can be the change you wish to see in the world. 🙂
When my bicycle tech changes & can be applied to this, I will do my best to update it. In the meantime, if someone that owns a combo of bicycle tech devices that are compatible & would like to volunteer that helpful information, feel free to help the forum members by sharing it here.
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Old 10-02-22, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Troul View Post
Not everyone uses one page when googling multiple different things.
What does this mean?

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Everyone is entitled to there own opinion, whether that opinion is valued is not on you to make that decision.
What does this even mean? A criticism of an opinion is an opinion too.

It appears you think your opinion is somehow off-limits to criticism.

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Originally Posted by Troul View Post
When my bicycle tech changes & can be applied to this, I will do my best to update it. In the meantime, if someone that owns a combo of bicycle tech devices that are compatible & would like to volunteer that helpful information, feel free to help the forum members by sharing it here.
So far this isn't a very comprehensive list. Complete list was one of your requirements, this is an empty list.

It's probably better to just learn to use the information that's already out there.
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When my bicycle tech changes & can be applied to this, I will do my best to update it. In the meantime, if someone that owns a combo of bicycle tech devices that are compatible & would like to volunteer that helpful information, feel free to help the forum members by sharing it here.
Don't mind the haters.. If you want to make a list / database then have it man!
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https://www.thisisant.com/directory has a listing of many Ant+ compatible devices but it struggles to remain up to date. As far as I know, there is nothing equivalent for BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)

In general, if a device supports a particular Ant+ profile, then devices that are part of that profile should work. It is my experience for that Ant+ devices do exactly that--work. I have no experience with using BLE devices while cycling.
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Don't mind the haters.. If you want to make a list / database then have it man!
Definitely agree. Troul please make this list. If it helps even one person it will be worth your time.
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How is your list coming, @Troul? Would you like to share the work you've done so far with everybody else? It might help someone. 🙂
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How is your list coming, @Troul? Would you like to share the work you've done so far with everybody else? It might help someone. 🙂
When are you going to contribute to the community with accurate information for the list?
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When are you going to contribute to the community with accurate information for the list?
I did earlier in this thread. You asked about Wahoo and Varia compatibility, and I found the answer for you. You can add it to your list!

I'm confused why you haven't taken this anywhere? It was your idea, and you said it was worth the effort if it helps even one person. Surely it will help more than one!! Come on! Now it's your turn!
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I did earlier in this thread. You asked about Wahoo and Varia compatibility, and I found the answer for you. You can add it to your list!

I'm confused why you haven't taken this anywhere? It was your idea, and you said it was worth the effort if it helps even one person. Surely it will help more than one!! Come on! Now it's your turn!

Are you confused or worried? Seems like you are worried. Don't worry, be happy.
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