The spend split wrt apps is really not a consideration. That's the point. I've seen several cuts of the stats which don't support those assumptions. But again. Not the point
I have been following this on-list for several weeks now and it's ridiculous that Belkin/Linksys have been marketing their product as Opensource from the get-go When even with their patches there is no wireless support.... Openwrt should go after them for Trademark infringement.
Matthew Fatheree <Matthew.Fatheree@belkin.com>
18 Apr (5 days ago)
to Andrew, openwrt-devel
( Responses Below )
On Thu, 2014-04-17 at 19:27 -0700, Andrew Johnson wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> Thank you for taking the time to respond.
> Unfortunately, I'm finding that rather than making things clearer,
> it's making things more confusing. (More below)
> On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 2:07 PM, Matthew Fatheree
> <Matthew.Fatheree@belkin.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> Once that process is complete users will be able to build a
> that can be directly flashed onto the WRT1900AC. Until that
> time, the
> code changes have been posted to the mailing list, and users
> are able to
> access those, and create a firmware image while the approval
> As already pointed out by Felix, your patches do not contain the
> necessary wireless driver, so OpenWRT users are not actually able to
> create a working firmware for the WRT1900AC with those patches. So
> your statement that "users are able to access those [patches], and
> create a firmware image while the approval process completes." isn't
> true, because said firmware image wouldn't actually work.
The firmware can be built with what we have provided, and will run on
the WRT1900AC successfully. It is true that it would lack wireless
support, but that would not stop the firmware from actually working. We
are actively working on the package to support the wireless hardware,
this will not be overlooked.
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