Yes, quite clear. And would you like a little attitude with that?
If we decide to adopt a BYO category, we might soften the article to say something like this:
Why does OpenWrt no longer support 4MByte Flash devices?
Technology marches along, and OpenWrt developers have already spent significant effort to create a build that will fit in these devices.
In view of the wide availability of ~US$20 devices that fully support OpenWrt, it's not fair to ask the developers to spend further time creating pre-built binaries.
Then the other questions...
Another thought: Who's testing those pre-built binaries? My guess - no one. I offer this semi-facetious suggestion:
- If you wish to have new firmware for a low-capacity device, please post a note to the forum, offering to send one of those devices to a developer who can custom-build a binary for you.
- For priority service, offer to include US$100.