@BearWithBeard had the same issues when I tried to recompile existing sketch and dug out the above libraries. My problem is that I then get a compile error "'atsha204Class' does not name a type; did you mean 'atsha204_read'?" at this line "atsha204Class sha204(sha204Pin);" Was just going to update working sketch to new mysensors library - but I guess not.
There is already a LoRa library available for both Arduino Board and STM32 Bluepill Board. Using the simple library, the LoRa Module SX1278 is easily transmitting and receiving data packets.
You can check one of the best example here: (https://how2electronics.com/interfacing-lora-sx1278-stm32-sender-receiver/)
I finished gateway for my attic - What did you build today (Pictures) ?:
As this will be under roof but without any isolation I try to put small silica gel bag (I collect them from other electronics packaging) inside and will see. I think it should be suitable. I am thinking of adding temperature and humidity sensor... that could also help me show how much humidity is around the year actually.
I might use the resin / epoxy stuff for some watering projects
As a postscript to my own question should someone be looking at similar later, in practice the sensors were found to work perfectly well at 3v3.
Described as 5v working, 0.5-4.5v signal range, the effect is pro-rata at 3v3 in terms of voltage but the ADC output is identical for VCC scaling - viz, ZERO pressure is 10% of 1024 the range is 80%