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View Poll Results: Should the upcoming Unified ROM Project be based on AKU 3.3 or 3.5?
AKU 3.3 12 17.14%
AKU 3.5 58 82.86%
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Old 02-21-2007, 12:47 PM
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PPCGeeks Unified ROM Project: AKU 3.3 or 3.5?

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We can do both, but if one has to be done it should be 3.5.
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3.5... it actually is much more stable for me then 3.3, and I believe the remaining issues can be resolved with a little head banging.

I could live with 3.3, but 3.3 data connections would get wedged/disconnected and then would never re-connect without a soft-reset, and that has not happened in a week since 3.5.

That's my vote anyway.
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We can do both, but if one has to be done it should be 3.5.
We might decide to take on a second ROM after the first one is completed. It just depends on how successful we are. So, I guess a better way of phrasing the question is, which ROM should we do first?
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3.5

Unless 3.5 just breaks too many programs, I say go with the latest if it has to be a choice...
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Old 02-21-2007, 01:01 PM
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3.5... it actually is much more stable for me then 3.3, and I believe the remaining issues can be resolved with a little head banging.

I could live with 3.3, but 3.3 data connections would get wedged/disconnected and then would never re-connect without a soft-reset, and that has not happened in a week since 3.5.

That's my vote anyway.
Keep in mind that issues like your data-disconnect would be resolved as part of the project!
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Why not have the best and latest if we can. Right now 3.5, sooner or later wm6 (if it doesnt bring up any legal issues). i believe we have seen the most that 3.3 has to offer and it was running pretty stable for me at the time. 3.5 has a lil more work to be done and together we can do this. Just my $0.02
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I sort of lean towards 3.3, unless we can get Wireless Modem working on 3.5. Wireless modem is a good 15-20% faster than Internet Sharing consistently in my tests. Also, Terminal Services Client would be important too, for me anyway
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I say 3.5 because we've pretty much gotten all we can from 3.3. 3.3 was a great place to learn, but 3.5 is where we should put it into practice.

Edit: After further thought, can I change my vote? 3.3 seems like a good starting point because there are less bugs right now. What bugs are left, may help lead us to a fix for 3.5 bugs.
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I actually would lean more in the direction of 3.3. The 3.3 rom has been almost entirely fixed and could be put into a kitchen quicker.

Yuma, you are correct, we have gotten the most out of it. That is why I believe it is a better candidate. We (you, I, and others) have built roms that seem to be running just fine. However, the purpose of building a kitchen is to allow average users the ability to create their own rom with apps of their choice.
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