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I had thought of that before but the whole OP is going to be filled with dates. Not to mention some software/drivers that get posted are sometimes older than a previous set (ex: Intel RST).

Putting up a changelog might be possible. Again, I see an issue with BIOS updates as Asus rarely seems to offer what has changed since the previous BIOS.

I'll think about it though.
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I had thought of that before but the whole OP is going to be filled with dates. Not to mention some software/drivers that get posted are sometimes older than a previous set (ex: Intel RST).

Putting up a changelog might be possible. Again, I see an issue with BIOS updates as Asus rarely seems to offer what has changed since the previous BIOS.

I'll think about it though.
The clutter is a good point. I wasn't really thinking a change log in terms of "these are the changes Asus made in this BIOS" but more along the lines of "I updated the links to this new BIOS and this new driver" just so people can more easily tell when there is something new that may interest them. Even that may be too cluttered though so maybe just for the major releases like BIOS and if there is a big update like when they updated the AI Suite because the previous one was buggy, big things like that would be nice to see at a glance rather than comparing a bunch of version numbers to see if what you have is still up to date.

EDIT: Actually I think if you used the hide text feature that you have already been using for all but the most recent of your change logs that should fix any possible clutter. So you would have whatever the most recent changes or additions that you have made were up front and center not hidden and then a history of all the changes you make from here on out in a hidden text box if anybody is interested in seeing the changes over time.

I have said how great I think this thread is, right? I just want to help to make it even more the definitive Asus P67 thread if it isn't already.
Edited by juano - 5/22/11 at 1:36am
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Bump.

*Added new BIOS for most boards. No changelog unfortunately.
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Bump.

*Added new BIOS for most boards. No changelog unfortunately.
Yeah, I've added those the day they were released, in my club. The 27th of May.

Hope to get some feedback on them...
    
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Bump.

*Added new BIOS for most boards. No changelog unfortunately.
Here this is what I had in mind by a change log:

5/28:

Added the BIOS 1606 for the Deluxe, Pro, EVO, and Sabertooth.

Added the BIOS 1608 for the Regular P8P67

Added the BIOS 1013 for the P8P67 LE

Added the BIOS 1002 for the P8P67-M

Added the BIOS 0713 for the P8P67-M PRO

5/28:

Added the BIOS 1606 for the Deluxe, Pro, EVO, and Sabertooth.

Added the BIOS 1608 for the Regular P8P67

Added the BIOS 1013 for the P8P67 LE

Added the BIOS 1002 for the P8P67-M

Added the BIOS 0713 for the P8P67-M PRO


And then continue to have just the most recent update in the first part that isn't hidden and move the older changes to the hidden part. I would put that in the first post so that people will have an easy way to see what the new things are. I would do this for updates to other programs, utilities, and drivers too. That's what I had in mind anyway, feel free to use it as is or make any changes you think of.
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im thinking what he meant by changelog, is a list of things that have been updated from the previous bios version. *(ie added support)
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im thinking what he meant by changelog, is a list of things that have been updated from the previous bios version. *(ie added support)
Bingo.

I don't want to include a list of changes that I've done to the OP because it would be irreverent and take up too much space.

Just pop by every few days. I'll have something new included/changed.
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Yea I knew what you meant by changelog but I thought my suggestion would still be beneficial and wouldn't take up too much space. It's okay though you don't have to use it, it won't hurt my feelings.
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