If you use a custom ROM on your Android phone, you should know about CyanogenMod. If you don't, go hit Google now, then come right back. (pretty freakin' sweet, huh?) With the drop of the Froyo (Android 2.2) source code everyone is
patiently waiting for the code wizards behind the CyaongenMod project to give us the kind of custom goodness we've become used to. To quell the mountain of inquiries, Cyanogen himself has updated the CyanogenMod homepage with a progress report.
The condensed version? Things are going well. The Nexus One and Droid ports "just work," the Dream/Sapphire port has everything but one minor issue working, Wes Garner has the Slide (MyTouch 3G slide) port well underway, and ports for the Desire, Incredible, and Evo have no status report as of yet. Also, we're told to expect some experimental releases (for the Nexus One and Droid most likely) by the weekend. (YAY!) Hit the source link to read the post and take a minute to thank Steve and the whole crew for their hard work! [CyanogenMod]
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