I just released Visioneer 8600 USB, this is the first release:
the quality, speed, resolutions all are OK,
the only problem is the Configuration is bad!
hope someone can help me this!
> Concerning backends that are not yet included into the SANE
> If you are a maintainer of such a backend and want to include it in
> SANE 1.0.4 please speak up *now*! This will give us some time to check
> the source code, look for problems and test compilation. The backend
> * follow the SANE standard (see sane.ps)
> * follow the hints in the GUIDE
> * not harm the other backends (e.g. not hang if the supported device
> is not present)
> * be portable (I can test compilation on Irix, AIX and Solaris)
> It's not necessary to support "your" device perfectly. That's why we
> use "ALPHA", "BETA" or "STABLE" entries in backend.desc. Your code
> should do something (e.g. scanning in one resolution).
> In my experience it will be much easier to update the backend if it's
> in the CVS. Further more you probably will get more feedback if it's
> in the SANE distribution.
> If you don't want to include your backend now, please at least
> consider giving some information (e.g. supported devices, status,
> website, author) that can be added to the website (by backend.desc
> files) and to the PROJECTS file.
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