Moved Linux ALSA Instructions to FAQ
I've moved the Linux ALSA instructions per this page owner's request. Feel free to yank any of my previous edits, as this is not my page and my only intention is to make it better with my excellent English grammar or concise writing skills. ;-) --Rogerx (talk) 19:31, 22 April 2014 (UTC)
I understand your good intention but I admit I don't like the way you've changed the page.
- Your edit contains a redondant information ( This is concerning the now accepted internal FGCom within FlightGear-3.0 versions and later versions of FlightGear. ) who is already explained some line above ( FGCom builtin is available for FlightGear 3.0 or higher)
- By changing the section level ( How to start FGCom builtin ? How to test your setup ?... etc ) you are moving out of the top "FGCom builtin" section all these sections, but these section _are_ sub-section of the "FGCom builtin" section.
- Your edit contains a redondant information (Activate Testing) because we are in a section named How to test your setup ?.
- Switching to the 910 freq in the radio dialog is deprecated because people can abuse of this feature, on server side this feature require a lot of resource. That's why the checkbox is here and limited to 1 minute on server side.
- In the FAQ, a question shouldn't be a section itself
- Same as Edit #2: I don't want that thousand of people use the value "910" within the radio dialog.
- This is not related to FGCom, this page is designed to explain how to use FGCom, not how to use the radio, a link to another wiki page is prefered