Support possible for the new Ubiquiti Unifi Nano HD Access Point?

Looks like it's not currently supported. I'm slowly but surely learning EdgeOS but coming from OpenWRT I kind of miss it. Anyone know if support for the new Ubiquiti gear is being worked on? or is there something keeping the newer Ubiquiti gear from getting OpenWRT? I was going to get the stuff that is supported by OpenWRT, but my friend that's familiar with Ubiquiti gear talked me out of it, said the newest gear is the stuff to get for solid 1Gbps support, which has become necessary (and the reason I upgraded from my old Archer C7) as I now have AT&T Fiber.

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That's curious because the nano HD appears to already be based on OpenWRT:

UBNT-BZ.v4.0.66# cat /etc/os-release
VERSION="17.01.6, Reboot"
ID_LIKE="lede openwrt"
PRETTY_NAME="LEDE Reboot 17.01.6"
LEDE_TAINTS="no-all mklibs busybox"
LEDE_RELEASE="LEDE Reboot 17.01.6 r3979-2252731af4"

All Unifi devices run customized LEDE v17.01 branch without proper GPL being available.
Its supportable as it uses MT7621 and MT7603, only thing is that they are most likely forcing signature verification

Isn't that against the GPL?

Well it is, but its not like I can sue UBNT for it.
They tend to play stupid until you point them to exact thing you want that they so conviently not included in GPL version that is released.

I need to upgrade from a Turris Mox (due to stability issues) and would like to get a POE AP. Has anyone managed to flash OpenWRT onto these? I would not like to have to register my AP with a cloud service. Thanks!