|--==> On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 16:49:51 +0100, Adrian Knoth
AK> I completely agree with you: it has more features, it is stable, and I'm
AK> also using it instead of jackd1.
AK> If you don't fear the lack of Debian-wide testing, go ahead and upload
AK> 1.9.5 to unstable. The users would probably appreciate this.
I'm gonna do that.
AK> I see three open issues:
AK> * FFADO port naming needs to be redone. Upstream issue, I'll take care.
AK> * copy manpages from jackd1 package to jackd2. Anybody can do this. ;)
AK> * audio.conf handling. Right now, it cannot be tweaked by the user.
AK> Sure it can, but the package will overwrite it on updates. Though
AK> this will be fine in almost all cases (we provide a sensible
AK> default), it's clearly a policy violation. In the git repo, I have
AK> a dpkg approach, but that's inferior to ucf.
AK> If somebody with lots of conffile experience is around, feel free
AK> to implement it correctly. ;)
Yeah, we should address this somehow. The dpkg approach might not be
optimal, but at least it doesn't overwrite the file on updates.
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