Details/Goal: I've owned Android phones for about 2 years now, I've always enjoyed making minor tweaks to the previously simple CyanogenMod so that it would suit my purposes (lightweight, fast, good battery life). When CM6 came along I was slightly distraught that it had taken a turn for heavily drifting from the old AOSP with Google Apps (not entirely for the worse though). So I decided that I will modify CM6 to suit my needs and eventually compile it from source instead of relying on Eugene's or the nightlies.
-Stuff was done, or something
-EVEN MOAR AUDIO FILES
-Rebased on newest nightly
-Removed lots of crapware
-Made a flashable .zip that will let you restore said crapware
-Played with the kernel
--Apparently broke with the kernel, must use OC kernel (I think)
-Fixed the force closes (by way of apk removal) of the Pinyin IME/OpenWnn IME.
-Minor build.prop change to allow stock Swype to install/work
-something else I forget
-Removed Swype as it is for wrong device (try the 2 linked below
-Custom pr0tips.apk (built off LithiumMod's source, thanks guys!)
-Bootanimation is back (custom #TeamFenix one soon!)
-Bluetooth audio (possibly) fixed, see instructions below
-Fixed the provision annoyance