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we are very lucky to have these dev like jsullins and dorregarey and others working for our neglected and "cheap" tablet, if u take a look at their githubs they r commiting and working on issues everyday. These people shows apple, samsung and others that android development has the power not the hardware they r selling for 700—800 euros.
First, I am seeing a lot of activity on the repo as the JB packages are even now being readied and moved into the new tree. The process, I believe, is to "finish" up CM9 with a stable RC2 then fully concentrate on CM10. Since CM10 is a "minor" update (4.0.4 ->> 4.1.1) CM9 will ultimately be abandoned with only CM7 (Gingerbread - 2.X) and CM10 (4.x) being maintained (Honeycomb - 3.X was never publicly released). I don't know how long this will take; could be anywhere from a few weeks to several months, but it has been said that any device that was supported on CM9 will be supported on CM10. Of course, a lot of that will depend on the developers who have specifically contributed to the TPad to rebase their work as necessary.
In terms of updates to LnT, I'm planning one more update sometime this month and then I'll hunker down and wait for JB, as I'm guessing there will only be minor improvements to the current state. Of course, should something major/interesting show up (e.g. the camera) or I get bored , I will adapt. Finally, I've decided to not go the direct AOSP JB route and just wait for CM JB.
Bottom line, because of the quality of the Touch Pad developers, I firmly believe our lowly TPs will be one of the early recipients of a sleek new JB including some interesting capabilities, e.g. Google Now.
hey oat, what do you think about atom launcher? https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....atom.launcher description says 'light and easy' maybe it would go well with 'light and tasty'
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