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I was thinking that when 810 is released, it might be nice to change up the forum a little and wanted to know if anyone else shared my opinion. It seems to me that our channels aren't very specific, which makes it harder to find info. So i would suggest something along the lines of:
1. General Discussion/ Users
8. Install issues
9. Feature Requests Roadmap
10. 710/ Archive
I think the 810 release would be the perfect time to implement this because we could start with a blank slate, put all of the current info into the archive, and then new posts going forward would be related to the new release (avoids the question of "are you talking about 710 or 810?"). I think this would help out with organization and might keep down all the repeatative questions, also it might be a little less overwhelming for new members to the forum. Plus now that we have moderators it will be much easier to move threads into their proper channel if they are started in the wrong place.
Just a thought.
mami.I shall try compiling ttxtsubs later again, but i need to patch vdr source too.
Niz23: Can you repack all vdr sources you have used in a file (tar.gz!), so shall i try to patch it for ttxtsubs and compile.
There is a vdr-dev package in the tar.gz. Install that and you should be able to build plugins unless your plugin need to patch the original vdr sources.
Hopefully I have some time this weekend to try and build other plugins for vdr.