[chirp_users] chirp_users Digest, Vol 152, Issue 12

Scott Lopez scottjl at gmail.com
Wed Sep 8 16:36:21 PDT 2021


Well I don't know what to tell you. CHIRP works just fine for me, and I
suspect it works well for many other Mac users. Perhaps it's time you put
that 50 years of IT experience and degree to good use and work to resolve
your issues. I answered the questions you posed earlier, not sure what you
mean about it being 'far from stable' I've never had it crash out on me. As
I previously stated, I don't feel CHIRP is an inferior product at all.

Have you gone to your HT manufacturers and asked to use their provided
software? You did pay for their handsets and their support after all.

On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 5:30 PM JOHN E BECK Sr <kd2wgn at gmail.com> wrote:

> I’m not looking for perfection but stability across multiple platforms.  A
> software product that ‘reacts’ to bug fixes and a whining user platform is
> far from stable.  CHIRP echos the failure of the ‘out of tune’ bandwagon of
> HT manufacturers to the degradation of those who mfg. quality products.  If
> you think managing expectations of product quality and functionality is
> ‘entitlement’ you missed the boat.  If you paid for CHIRP would you accept
> less?  If you donate to support an inferior product you should at least
> expect a little more than Plugging the hole in the dyke with your finger.
>
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