Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Great work!
Re: Great work!
From: Robert Hak <rhak_at_ramapo.edu>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 19:38:23 -0400 (EDT)
Well.. glad to hear you like us!
If you can't code, don't worry. We have lots of other stuff that needs to
be done. (join the t-shirt contest ;) )
We _always_ need help keeping docs up to date.
Swing bye irc if you can and introduce yourself and we'll see if we can
put you too work :)
On Mon, 12 Aug 2002, Mark K wrote:
Hi! This is my first email to the board. I've been a long time lurker,
almost daily--- lurking since the days when the site only had info on how to
control the LEDs. I hadn't actually downloaded the rockbox code until
today, and I just wanted to congradulate on the great work.
I have a Jukebox Studio 20 (Player).
I'm torn right now, as to which firmware to keep most permanently... I'm
really looking forward to a bootloader until the day when Rockbox surpasses
all my needs. I especially like the use of the red LED indicator and the
volume control being able to go much louder than the original firmware (I
was surprised to discover this!). I'm especially looking forward to
improvements in the UI to match the old firmware and such features as just
fastforwarding/rewinding within a song.
Wish I could code... but that's not my area. Otherwise I'd be helping in
that way. Otherwise, here I lurk.
Great work all!!!
Robert E. Hak
"life is like a shooting star / it don't matter who you are,
if you only run for cover, it's just a waste of time,
we are lost 'til we are found/ this phoenix rises up from the ground,
and all these wares are over..."
- Live : "The Dolphin's Cry" from "The Distance to Here"
Received on 2002-08-13