Things are ticking along nicely here at KernelLabs. The Linux Plumbers Conference 2009 took up most of last week and aside from my posting replies here in the blog threads it feels like I haven’t posted here in a very long time. So what’s new you ask?
From my perspective I took a look at Andy Wall’s HVR1850 patches over the weekend. Saturday was spent a regression testing those against the HVR1800. Aside from a minor hiccup requiring a new hardware detection patch I think the IR patches are in good shape. As always, we’ll know more as the testing expands. Kudos to Andy for running with the IR project.
I guess the big news is that the HVR1800 driver is about to get some renewed love and attention from me. Over the next week or two I’m going to add support for it’s analog audio and fix up it’s VBI capabilities. With any luck I may also have time to track down the MythTV encoder related issue, something that’s been in my todo list for a long time. You should expect to see some cx23885 tree’s in the KernelLabs repositories and perhaps a call for testers via the blog.
… In the mean time it’s on with the show.