On Fri, October 12, 2012 12:31 am, Louigi Verona wrote:
In this situation you will make progress by joining the alsa-devel mailing
list and offering to Q/A, debug and report back on results of any code
updates. If you are prepared to put in some effort it will not take too
long to make some real progress.
For driver development on "new" alsa drivers you have to be prepared to be
actively involved. You can't expect the alsa developers to make updates if
no one is giving them any useful feedback. Otherwise you could offer to
send the device to someone on the list and have them work on it. But that
takes out all the fun of the Q/A process and you'll probably get better
results if you have two people debugging and testing than one.
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