Jilas671 Posted March 21 Report Share Posted March 21 I hope this is the right place to add this. Fully understand there is a huge amount of work going on behind the scenes and that makes it hard to get updates out on both software and just general messages. So this is very much meant to help reduce one aspect of the work load, and more importantly manage the expectations of us the customers. So a few thoughts: 1) With the software side, unless a update totally brakes things, that these are pushed out on a regular basis on the same day each week (e.g have a patch Tuesday), of course assuming an update is ready. 2) When patches do go out, there is a change log somewhere on what has updated and equally what has not been addressed. Maybe this needs to be central list (or a locked forum post, so its just easier to search on and monitor and lets everyone look back on what was done previous. 3) Perhaps on another fixed day say a Monday, a simple update post, to say this is what's planned for the coming week, which could also highlight whether there is a patch for Tuesday and any issues that are hopefully being looked at or addressed. The week time period listed above is just an example, if could also be fortnightly, just needs to be happen on a regular basis, even if there is no news. It's a great way to keep people happy. Finally what other ways can the community help you, to help us. For example, I don't think anyone expects you to buy and have access to every single remote, so providing the tools for us to help capture those remotes that are in the wild would be so useful (for both sides) but agree there would need to be a sign off process to confirm if things are done right. I purchased up a usb module with my remotes for that very idea. Just with some of this I'd hope it would make life a little easier for you to plan, and lets you most importantly manage our expectations as to when to check back, or if you need feedback when you need it by. Then we know when to put aside time if there is something new we want to test out. I won't go into details here, but until some aspects are added/modified, I just have two nice paperweights in there boxes. And I truly hope this does not feel like I'm trying to "teach you to suck eggs". Apologies if it does, just trying to offer useful ideas. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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