I have a question regarding the release philosophy and hardware, which isn't meant as critique. I'm just trying to understand what's happening.
So this thread says that there is no generic S905(x) support because of the wacky 3.14 codebase, which is totally understandable.
But checking the offical download page half of the roaster there is 3.14 (or older) based. Some come with out of the box quirks.
Another problem is that a lot of hardware listed there is very hard to get around the world (Le Potato) or not purchasable (Slice).
So my basic question is if it wouldn't make sense to clean house and find a (cheap) worldwide S905(x) partner for us users and support it, instead of linking dead or hard to get products.
The forum is full of S905 questions and community builds for xyz and it is a very hard to understand zoo for new people, making it hard to get things running.
Keep up the good work on the software side of things