Hello GNU Radio community,
I wanted to let everyone know of two projects I’ve been building up
for a few weeks. The first is a new webpage:
It’s not quite complete yet, but it’s at the point that I’d rather
everyone start looking at it and commenting than to keep talking to
myself. Eventually, this will probably become http://gnuradio.org
while http://gnuradio.org/redmine will still be as it is. I want this
new webpage to be the “community” webpage while the Redmine interface
is used more as the developer’s corner.
The main content of the front page of the site is dedicated to
announcements and information to the community. Yes, it’s a “blog” if
you will. One of the things I think we’ve been pretty bad about as
developers is exposing what we’ve done and the changes that we’ve
made. That’s where this page comes in. I hope to keep everyone
informed about what’s going on as the project grows.
There will also be announcements about upcoming events, upcoming work
on GNU Radio and releases. That sort of thing.
You’ll also find an “Examples” page there. This is to provide more
walk-through tutorials on using GNU Radio and some of its features. I
already have examples of how to use the different filters and filter
design tools and how to work with the QT GUI sinks.
Expect this to change, possibly wildly, over the next few months as
content is added, styles are changed/adapted, etc.
The second project is the use of a tool called Hudson that performs
weekly builds on the code. Over time, I hope to make this an integral
part of the development cycle to help us track bugs and other problems
with building on various platforms (it might even help with our
currently-neglected Windows friends! eventually, that is). I don’t
want to run on too long here, so instead, I’ll just send you to the
posting I made about it on the new webpage (clever, that):
The Hudson webpage can be found here: