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Old 5th February 2014, 08:46 AM   #11
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Is there one anymore? I can't find it.
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Old 5th February 2014, 10:56 AM   #12
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It's over @ Yahoo.
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Old 5th February 2014, 12:45 PM   #13
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It's over @ Yahoo.
Which is itself a major problem. Yahoo groups continue to be more and more difficult to be a member of and I really have doubts how long they are going to last
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That's a good place to ask for advice and ideas, but I think we should make this a DIYAudio project, so that we stay within our interests and don't feel obligated to work on something that's not in our objective. Staying focused on our needs will help the project to organize itself into a practical system.

The system we come up with would will be universal really, and easily transfer to other contexts. I think it's better to stay focused on our own needs at the moment, since they are what this hypothetical project is meant to address, and they are our best guide towards a practical, effective system.
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Maybe you should standardize on a "DA" suffix on the models (like Bob Cordell does with "C") to let LTSpice choose the correct library
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A Member proposes a model.
The model gets a temporary DAt suffix.
The Membership tests the model.
When consensus is reached, the model gets it's final DA status and included in the general library.

In the meantime the DAt can have revision numbers appended eg DAt1, DAt153 if it needs lots of discussion and modification to become acceptable.
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Seems sensible
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Yahoo really fixed their user groups so that they've become difficult to navigate. They've adopted the army's approach "Fix it until it's broke".

Andrew, I like your suggestion. One could affix their user name to the suffix so you could determine paternity.
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That's a good place to ask for advice and ideas, but I think we should make this a DIYAudio project, so that we stay within our interests and don't feel obligated to work on something that's not in our objective. Staying focused on our needs will help the project to organize itself into a practical system.

The system we come up with would will be universal really, and easily transfer to other contexts. I think it's better to stay focused on our own needs at the moment, since they are what this hypothetical project is meant to address, and they are our best guide towards a practical, effective system.
I second that!

And having signed up on some yahoo forums, I think they're not as easy to use as they should be.
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Yahoo really fixed their user groups so that they've become difficult to navigate. They've adopted the army's approach "Fix it until it's broke".

Andrew, I like your suggestion. One could affix their user name to the suffix so you could determine paternity.
Be careful though, the part's name could become a bit too long and that's a lot of noise on a schematic.

ltspice has a built-in few extra parameters in the models for things like vce0 and other such things, plut one that we could easily use without making a long part name that shows up on the schematics, it's the manufacturer name. How about using that?
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