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WTF is the latest version to D/l and why is it so hard to keep that information at the front of this page? #690

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MiamiC70 opened this Issue Nov 24, 2018 · 2 comments

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MiamiC70 commented Nov 24, 2018

WTF is the latest version to D/l and why is it so hard to keep that information at the front of this page?
Says v2.4.0 yet I have v2.5.0 loaded from Nov 18th which is nowhere to be found on here.

Why is is so go damn hard to be professional? you want to charge money go ahead and I'll pay but this is frustrating beyond belief.

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parkerlreed commented Nov 26, 2018

... https://github.com/cjcliffe/CubicSDR/releases

Lists 2.5. What exactly is the issue? The readme lists that link for the releases.

EDIT: https://cubicsdr.com does indeed list 2.4.0. It's a blog. Maybe a friendly poke noting that the newest isn't posted would work. You don't have to be rude about it.

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cjcliffe commented Jan 3, 2019

@MiamiC70 I usually wait until there's been time for the new release to be tested by the more eager users checking GitHub before publishing it on the website. Since 0.2.5 release I've seen a few issues that were keeping me from promoting it to the recommended version for all platforms and have been too busy with other work (amongst finding and moving to a new place) to put proper focus on CubicSDR issues and builds.

But I'm set up at my new place now, have finally unpacked radios and antennas last week and will be working on CubicSDR more regularly again this year.

I can also assure you there hasn't been any attempt to be professional and I hope to keep it free forever :)

Cheers.

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