Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: 3.0 release announcement
Re: 3.0 release announcement
From: George Styles <ripnetuk_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 22:07:06 +0100
Im glad im not the only one experienceing unstability on a h140. I dont use
In the morning I listen to shuffled playlist containing around 4000 songs,
then in the evening I listen to podcasts, and delete them after listening.
Normally in the morning, Rockbox has got into a state where it crashes as
soon as I try to play a song. I keep a reset pin in the velcro of the case
Ive been meaning to go back to the last stable release, as bookmarking is
the only 'killer feature' of Rockbox that really kicks the ass of the
orignal firmware for the way I use it. I will try the last release next time
I listen to an audio book
ps. I saw mention of a previous engine - is this from the last few weeks, or
further back? i havent used rockbox for a few weeks now. If the new engine
is newer than that, my comment is -5 offtopic!
On 5/15/06, Rocker <rocker_at_shaw.ca> wrote:
> snip, GL:
> Another option is to temporarily revert to the previous playback engine,
> > which was much more stable (on the H1x0 at least)...
> Just a good O'l user but I really like this idea. My H-140 crashes at
> once a day and I'm by no means a power user. All I generally use is the
> voice UI and the sleep timer. I'm no expert on open source projects but I
> personally wouldn't want my name attached to a product that doesn't meet
> quality standards of earlier releases. How about calling it something
> 2.5.1 beta? That way 3.0 can be a clean release with most of the current
> bugs resolved.
> Just comments from a big rockbox fan...rocker
Received on 2006-05-15