[linux-audio-user] Re: [Alsa-user] ALSA: What is the website missing?
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Mon Dec 1 12:18:08 EST 2003
Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Monday 01 December 2003 08:06, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
>>As some of you already know I am the occasional webmaster/docs
>>maintainer for ALSA.
>>I have been planning some additions to the site to make it more
>>accessible but before I jump into anything that could be considered
>>a facelift I would like to get some opinions from y'all.
>>Can you tell me what things you would like to have on the website
>>that are not already there? What things have you noticed while
>>using it that are not user friendly?
>>I would like to add a database for some kind of card rating system.
>>What would you consider valuable things to rate a card against?
>>All opinions will be considered so don't hold back ;-]
> One thing that I didn't see the last time I was there, is a set of
> instructions on howto replace the now somewhat ageing version of alsa
> being shipped with the 2.6.0-test series of kernels, with the latest
> versions, including a patchfile to fix the .config too.
> This would be very very nice for us "bleeding edge" types. The 2.6
> haven't booted to a 2.4 kernel more than 10 minutes to test something
> in a month or more.
This would be useful. Hopefully someone will find the time soon to make
a contribution. Any takers?
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
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