Two days ago I released new version. Unfortunately it has a few very annoying bugs. I'd like to have better releases in the future and it won't be possible without more testing. I've been using this versions for a few months, Martin has been using it for a few weeks but we didn't find the bugs that users found in a few minutes of testing.
Me and Saku, OH1KH are working on WSJTx support for CQRLOG. After we finish it, I’ll release new version 1.9.1. I’m thinking about the future of CQRLOG development. It’s very good piece of software and has almost all what I want as a CW guy. Yes, I believe there are bugs that have to be fixed but don’t know about any new feature that would help me on the air.
After two months we have new version. Changelog is quite long and includes many new features. Especially people who have CQRLOG on more computers will be happy. Thanks to Saku, OH1KH propagation window shows more details. More in Download section.
After two months or so, we have new version. There are many bugfixes and also some new features. Bug in database upgrade script has been fixed, everyone who couldn't upgrade shouldn't have any problem with 1.8.2. Packages for Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 are already on Launchpad. More in Download section.
It seems I should skip any version like 1.X.0. There is always at least one critical bug and I have to release bugfix version. I'm sorry it took so long time, first bug with ESC key was easy to fix but other bug with slow saving QSO took me longer. Good news is that now CQRLOG should be faster. More in Download section. I'm sorry for inconvenience. Packages for Ubuntu 14.04 are already created on Launchpad.
It has been almost three months since last release. This version has probably the longest changelog ever. I'd like to thanks to Tom, DL7BJ for help. I'm sorry that not all of requsted features are in this release. My TODO list is still very long. CQRLOG is now officialy supported on Ubuntu 14.04, however there are also DEB packages and binary files for other distributions. More in download section
In this episode, we have a great interview with Linux software developer and ham radio enthusiast from the Czeck Republic, Petr Hlozek – OK2CQR. He is the author of CQRlog and HamQTH.com. Unfortunately, Petr’s audio was a little hot and nothing we could do made it better. Our sincerest apologies. Sound problems aside, we hope you enjoy this fascinating look into the life and mind of an Open Source ham. 73 de The LHS Guys http://lhspodcast.info/2014/05/lhs-episode-128-interview-with-ok2cqr/