Do you know what EOL means? Because TOS3 is still in the field and is being actively updated, not the typical signs of an end of life product… My point is not that I disagree that TOS3 should probably retired ASAP, but just that we have different opinions on what “as possible” means in this context.
Well, if you believe synology to be the right thing to run on your router… But it is clear I was imprecise, which router vendor in the consumer space that the turris project targets has an equal or better track record in long-term support of deployed devices?
Fair enough, it still seems valid to juxtapose your unhappy go unhappy perspective though.
(Continuous) automatic updates. For me, that was and is the big one, and the one the Turris team IMHO consistently delivers. Sure, I can and do build bespoke OpenWrt images for my other router, but I prefer not having to do so, especially for devices for friends and family.
Now, I am not claiming that this is the only promise from the campaign, and I have no real opinion on how well these other promises have been met; but I think or the update side (and the increased closeness to stock OpenWrt) the turris team should be applauded.
P.S.: I am not looking to get into a fight with you. I just do not agree with your quite negative view of the performance of team turris, and wanted to give a bit of a counter point, to balance the criticism.