Howdy, lots to cover so from the top.
Any CM 11 build for the N1 that is not named 'M4' is unsupported nightly territory, period.
CM 10.2 builds are shipped on the device and available from http://www.cyanogenmod.org/hardware/oppo-n1/#images
, and subsequent OTA's are supported.
We are currently working on the official OTA to go out via Oppo for the 10.2 to 11 jump.
The 11 M4 is
supported in the same degree as all other devices that receive open source builds. If you are seeing issues against the M4 build then our request is that you file a report as such against our bug tracker. Yes, the forums exist, but this is primarily for user to user support - not user to developer. To report bugs (or requests if inclined) to the dev team, we use JIRA - http://goo.gl/l50vkN
. As you can see, the reported issues versus the degree of the lack of support you are heaping on us seems to be in disagreement.
BBQDroid is not a CM project - not much to say there as I really can't shed light on that project. +Cyanogen Inc.
's partnership with OnePlus came in response to the work with Oppo - not in spite of it or to downplay either project. No one here is burying their head in the sand over the N1.
Regarding there not being a 10.2.1 for the N1 - this is both right and wrong. The OTA that went out last to fix O-Click support is the same code-base as 10.2.1. The builds you see released via the OTA are their own distinct release channel, mainly due to the licensing surrounding the Google applications being pre-installed.
Devrel is not a bug reporting email, nor is it manned by a +Cyanogen Inc.
employee. I apologize if you were treated unwell in response to any communication there.
I think I touched on most (minus the "pluck you" comments) . If you have further items you'd like to discuss, email me: email@example.com.