I have been reading the ongoing dialog and like to make a small comment. I rather the analog and digital be separated ( if i'm following correctly talking about gui rather then code). The program should have two "big tabs"   Analog and Digital and  smaller tabs  under each respective tab.  From the GUI standards my idea might be wrong I do not know.  I'm just saying what looks "good"  in my view.   It is neater to have components separated.  

On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 4:16 PM, P Zoltan <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, 16 Nov 2008 20:55:31 +0100, Alan Grimes <agrimes@speakeasy.net>

> While I oppose a centralized command structure for the project because
> it really isn't needed. There is a need for technical committees for the
> two fairly distinct families of developers who are coming to ketechlab.
> I, and the new guy are mostly analog guys, while others on this list are
> mostly interested in the digital side.
> One current issue is removing the previous attempt at configurable
> components, The code in "component model library" seems to be dead at
> the moment and the data file in /src/electronics/models should at the
> very least be moved out of the source tree and into it's own folder in
> the project. As the move towards externalizing these parts continues,
> the more specific component libraries should be moved to their own
> project.

 I don't really see the point of separating digital from analog; it's a
nice feature to be able to mix analog and digital parts in a circuit. The
component libraries shoud be editable by the user, so a lot of discussion
is needed in this topic before we do anything. I suppose there are many
people who know electronics, but don't know c++.

 However, we need some kind of structure in the project, as in the current
state, strictly speaking, this is not a project, but only a few people
coding on some codebase. We need to get organized and set up project
management processeses.


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