|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Help me help myself|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Dec 2014 01:18:17 +0100|
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Hi Richard, |
actually, I kind of liked your question and the answers you've got :)
As a community, it's always kind of hard to know where people actually encounter obstacles, and you're *exactly* the kind of future user we'd like to address: Able and willing to solve one's own problems, but not to shy to ask questions on how to do stuff. Also, you don't seem to be a complete stranger to the concepts of GNU Radio, so yours is an interesting angle.
Being part of the GNU Radio development easily makes one blind to the problems "normal people" have when getting into GNU Radio. For example, we've created a set of new guided tutorials, which I now habitually link to , but they were written by people who "guess" what new users should know based on the questions that get asked. And the questions that actually get asked might be quite different from the questions new users actually have. So we asked people to give their feedback on that (please feel encouraged to do so, too!). This all illustrates what Marcus L. concluded in "something that the GR community can't economically address", and I sure hope you'll feel motivated to find your very own way through Software (defined radio) Development!
Keep up the good questions,
On 12/23/2014 12:59 AM, Richard Bell wrote:
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