Update Incoming; Help Wanted
Things have been quiet on the AAO development front lately. For those who aren't aware, the AAO development team as of late has been myself, ThePasch, and Unas. Unas has been clear that his time was very limited, and others would need to take the lead on new features. ThePasch and I both have schedules that limited our time to contribute. I've changed jobs, so my schedule is now much lighter, but the same is not true of ThePasch. So I expect to be more active, but if I have to go quiet again for a while, as things stand, AAO development is going to go quiet again.
This doesn't mean AAO development is over. Now that I have a break in my schedule, I've gotten four pull requests up today, and I can promise that the next AAO update will include a long-awaited feature: being able to fade out audio. I'm hopeful that we can have this by the end of the year.
That said, we can get AAO in a much more stable place if I could get some additional help on the development side. If you're interested in helping, here's what we can use, in order of least to most time-intensive. If you can help, reply here.
To keep AAO translated across the German, French, and Spanish sections, I need people who actually know those languages to translate brief snippets of text that will be instructions in the editor. I currently have people who can translate into German and Spanish, but any French translators would be very welcome.
If you're interested in testing new updates before they roll out to AAO, that would be very welcome! Unas is working on some improvements to make this easier, but right now, you'll need to run some commands on the command line, and you won't have access to all the built-in resources of AAO unless you add them yourself.
Taking the most time but also being the most valuable, if you want to contribute to AAO yourself, go right ahead! The code is all available, and you can make whatever pull request you want.