I didn't mean "that" as you seem to be implying. Reading it again now I can see where it may be interpreted that way and I apologize if it was. I'm not sure what the process is for supporting new hardware and I was only trying to ask if that was something teddy_b was primarily responsible for, etc. or if other devs dabbled from time to time and pulled their forks into the main project. I didn't mean "answer me or else!".
In any case, I really don't mean to be "ordering" support for the WRT600N, I just really want to open a dialog about what's involved in doing so. It's so similar to hardware already supported (WRT310N v1) I've even thought about pulling my own fork and messing around myself (also suggested in another thread the TomatoUSB project move to GitHub to make this process easier for new people to pull code/contribute).
I totally get there are numerous directions the devs are pulled in (including you Toastman), but there have been enough posts asking for WRT600N support here and on Linksysinfo to warrant AT LEAST talking about it publicly (this is only my opinion of course and may not be shared by you or other developers).
I really just wanted to get opinions if nothing else. =\ I wonder what drives you personally for supporting new hardware? Is this something you'd be interested in doing if I bought you a WRT600N, etc. Maybe the devs are just being silent, but I thought it was equally as plausible that the threads were just being missed or you were the only dev to check the forums in a while.
Appreciate your reply. Thanks again to everyone involved in the project.