Well, I've been on vacation this last month. I went to Denmark at first and then moved some weeks to the beach of my country (Spain), where I'm actually wirtting this on the hotel PC.
Our team has decided to make some changes to the ROMs we are actually supporting. That's sad and also a good new too. So this is our plan:
- CyanogenMod 7.2 and AOSP 2.3.7 will get ONE more update. This update will include lots of changes, but I'm sad it won't be called final, as we couldn't manage to fix ALL bugs, but of course it will be a stable release.
- CyanogenMod 9.1 will be updated probably once per month / two months with CyanogenMod 11.0 changes cherrypicked. Main CyanogenMod 9.1 goal is to fully port psyke83 audio libraries into ICS. Then, we will be updating the ROM with CM11 changes.
- After all of this has been made, CyanogenMod 11.0 will be the main ROM development, as androidarmv6 has finally adapted whole BroadcomCM sources and imrpoved them with mine, psyke83 and alberto96 excellent work.
What does this mean? Well this means that soon BroadcomCM will die, but will die with they objective complete: Make fully daily CyanogenMod ROM, force Broadcom to release their drivers, and get a fully HW working ROM for andorid 4.X. And we did even more than that! So we should be proud of it!
Well have to go now, as soon as I get back I'll start working on my objectives here, so see you soon dudes!