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Body fat from Withings

91 votes

Tagged as Development

Created 19 December 2015 by Belle B. Cooper

Moved into Under consideration 02 November 2016

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    Halsted Bernard

    I’d like this datapoint to be shown alongside weight.

    22 April 2017
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    Jurgen Engelbosch

    Why not muscle mass as well while we are at it.

    20 August 2017
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    Shem Freeze

    Agree on the muscle mass.

    05 October 2017
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    Charles Haine

    Absolutely, would love all the withings data points (muscle mass, bone, water, fat, pulse wave). Upvote!

    16 January
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    Maxime W

    Why is this still not implemented ? Nokia/Withings is one in the top providers for body fat smart scales ! I thought it was so obvious that I did not even check for that compatibility with Exist before buying Nokia’s smart scale. Please, make this possible :-)

    04 April
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    Josh Sharp

    Because there are a million things to work on and only the two of us, sadly.

    04 April
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    Lars Holdgaard

    @Josh: Is there any way we can help? Can the community build it for you? How much does a sponsorship cost?

    There are a couple of integrations I’d love. Depending on the tech used, I am sure the community would love to provide some pull requests.

    05 April
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    Josh Sharp

    Hey Lars, thanks for asking! Unfortunately we don’t really have a process in place for accepting community code contributions. I could set up a sort of sample integration people could use but given Exist itself isn’t open-source, contributors would essentially be “coding blind” in terms of making sure it works with Exist.

    Nobody’s sponsored an integration so far, so I don’t actually know the answer! If you want to talk about that, email me and I can attempt to come up with a figure based on the complexity of the integration.

    One thing that helps somewhat are community integrations and scripts (a list I’ve put together in our forum) which are hosted by other users or require some assembly to run yourself. That’s something anybody can set up and get running to integrate a service we don’t support for attributes we already have.

    06 April