CityK at rogers.com
Wed Jan 16 17:25:29 CET 2008
Jean Paul Gatt wrote:
> In the meantime ...
> While the whole kernel debate goes on ...can the wiki be updated...
Of course - it is a wiki after all!
> ...with a semi-standard procedure to follow ?
> Something on the lines ... you need this basic code <LINK> .. and
> patch it with this diff file <LINK>.
> Nothing too complex! I'm just like Ian. Been following development on
> this card for almost a year now, and I click on every HVR4000 related
> mail hoping to see ISSUES RESOLVED, especially since the card should
> now practically work!
> Having said that .... BIG Thanks for all the hard work all developers
> put into it!
An excellent suggestion.
In order to help facilitate that goal, I have applied the standardized
framework (that is now being applied to all device articles) to the
I now hope that some end users, from what has appeared to be a decently
large pool of people who have been following this development process
all along, can translate the relevant knowledge and general info about
the device into that article (I have filled it with prompts outlining
the areas where to place specific topical aspects). I have to state
that, with so many discussions on this device having occurred over the
longest while, its a little discouraging that the wiki's HVR-4000
article has remained so uninformative and in a state of disarray.
Though, the same observation can be extended to many other areas of the
In any regard, the ability to update the wiki article has been present
all along, its just a case that that advantage hasn't been utilised.
Hopefully this push will bring about some change.
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