Which versions are you using, and what stability issues are you having? I don't recall seeing a post raising these concerns.Bergq wrote:Stability is everything to a DJ. Please look beyond new features and work extra on stability and bugs. I'm not saying this is bad now, but this is my suggestion any way. Thank you great work!! Very much appreciate it!
The problem is that the developers are not really working on the Pacemaker firmware as there is no financial gain to them. They are a company with employees and investors after all.
The updates we do get are by way of source code compatibility with their current projects, and tend to be in the form of new features. Even when there is a new update, beta testing is limited compared to current projects. Any beta testing that is done is by volunteers such as DJ Pip, myself and a few other interested parties.
If you (or anyone else) are interested in beta testing new updates in the interest finding stability issues (as well as getting a preview of new features), then PM or email DJ Pip who is available to co-ordinate these things. As time goes on our user base is getting less, so I think we would always be interesting in keen users willing to keep the product going.
Just to me clear - Pip and I have no influence on what development work is done, or features would be added added. But the suggestions we can all make are available for review by the Pacemaker team via this site.