Le mercredi 29 janvier 2014 à 08:50 +1030, Jonathan Woithe a écrit :
Hi Phil

On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 09:00:56PM +0100, Phil/La Page Web of Phil wrote:
> Le mardi 28 janvier 2014 à 09:27 +1030, Jonathan Woithe a écrit :
> > Thanks for taking the time to document these new features.  In due course we
> > could consider moving this to the ffado wiki documentation, but I guess you
> > want to hold off for a bit in case you make further adjustments.
> 
> Well, I just gave the state of devel as it is presently in trunk svn and
> probably will appear  in the future version 2.2 you are working around.
> I think it is insufficient for beginners or new users and would require
> a more pedagogic presentation: now, I don't think I will have time for
> this.

Sure, understood.  It's a good start though.

On the topic of a possible release of a version 2.2, is there any other work
you have pending which you would like to get into 2.2? 
I found time to commit the patches for file saving of settings along the discussion we had some times ago.
They involves only common settings for DICE EAP, not their specific ones. I'm not sure that the latter would be really useful; whatever it could be added in some future.

I didn't commit anything concerning a refresh of author list; as you said, it would be better to have somewhere a single file containing the information.

Until now, I failed to solve the bug of Pro 40 at 96kHz; I was able sometimes to work at this rate but more usually it fails to synchronize.

 There are two
low-level bugs I am still working on which I want to get fixed, but apart
from that I think the time is right for a new release.

Yes, I think releases are important; I think many distributions stayed with 2.1, not including more recent svn version (most probably because 2.1 is yet a good release, especially for DICE ! :-).

Regards
  jonathan
Best regards,

Phil
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