With the new release of 2017.28 c528869 Tesla has changed the formatting of the version number. Since the numbers and now letters used to display the version do not align with the prior formatting, TeslaFi's firmware tracker is not displaying the order correctly.
Before making changes to the tracker I would like to wait to see how the next version is formatted. The main reason is that many of the TeslaFi vehicles being logged are reporting the initial install as being 17.28.27 but then within seconds or minutes the version changes to 2017.28 c528869. These vehicles that happen to poll data before the version changes to 2017.28 c528869 are showing two software updates right next to each other. If TeslaFi doesn't poll data until after the version changes then only one update is being logged, 2017.28 c528869.
So...do I toss out the 17.28.27 version number from the tracker display and only show 2017.28 c528869? Do I keep both and have rather confusing data since it appears many cars updated twice? Do I change the display to show 2017.28 c528869 as 17.28.27 and keep things uniform?
I think the best thing to do is wait and see what the next version number format is going to be. And see if they are installed as two version numbers as well. Perhaps this was a one time formatting, or perhaps not.
If anyone has any suggestions I'm always happy to hear them.
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