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DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing

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Bring on the OS


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As far as I'm concerned, the netduma does its job already....Went back to some old bo2 kept getting some horrible lobby's, flipped on the geofilter and almost dropped a nuclear the first game in..... Granted I was doing decent before but man....The improvement was extremely consistent after that match. Perfect hit detection match after match. I think I've noticed it more on this game than any and this is my first time using it on my 360 to be honest.

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As far as I'm concerned, the netduma does its job already....Went back to some old bo2 kept getting some horrible lobby's, flipped on the geofilter and almost dropped a nuclear the first game in..... Granted I was doing decent before but man....The improvement was extremely consistent after that match. Perfect hit detection match after match. I think I've noticed it more on this game than any and this is my first time using it on my 360 to be honest.

It works really well on Ghosts,BO2,MW3,BO1 etc they are mostly P2P games (aside from ghosts) and you can put together a nice list of good hosts and get some seriously good lobbies and gameplay.



frustrated I just got a new NETDUMA, and I can't connect, how do I get the password for the Wi-Fi

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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

 

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

 

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

 

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

 

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

 

Thanks,

 

Iain & The Netduma Team 

 

Attached File  DumaOS Screenshot.png   852.32KB   108 downloads



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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

 

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

 

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

 

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

 

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

 

Thanks,

 

Iain & The Netduma Team 

 

attachicon.gifDumaOS Screenshot.png

Thanks for taking your time out of your busy schedule to post this!  I appreciate it as I am so do others!  Looking forward to the new DumaOS!!!



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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

 

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

 

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

 

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

 

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

 

Thanks,

 

Iain & The Netduma Team 

 

attachicon.gifDumaOS Screenshot.png

Well said. Like i said in another post, people need to chill out, its free, and i'd rather have folk testing and make sure its bug free than for you to release it and every ones Duma gets bricked. Well done guys for testing also.


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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

 

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

 

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

 

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

 

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

 

Thanks,

 

Iain & The Netduma Team 

 

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Looks amazing! Thanks for the teaser Iain!


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Can't wait until it's out!  Thanks Iain!



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Thanks for taking your time out of your busy schedule to post this!  I appreciate it as I am so do others!  Looking forward to the new DumaOS!!!

 

Thank-you, I really can't wait till DumaOS is out in the community. One of its key features is we can evolve it easily so we will have a fast feedback loop with customers and keep improving for the indefinite future :D 

 

 

Well said. Like i said in another post, people need to chill out, its free, and i'd rather have folk testing and make sure its bug free than for you to release it and every ones Duma gets bricked. Well done guys for testing also.

 

Thanks, it's getting more stable each day. Its at the point now that I personally would prefer using it over the R1 but a bit more testing left to do. Being an alpha tester is not for most people! 

 

 

Looks amazing! Thanks for the teaser Iain!

 

 

Awesome, wait till you see it in motion mate!

 

Can't wait until it's out!  Thanks Iain!

 

Thanks, that's really encouraging to hear 



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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

Thanks,

Iain & The Netduma Team

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OHHHEMMMGEEE! Looks great and can't wait to test it out! Thanks Iain!
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No other company would give to the community as The Netduma Team have. Years ahead of the game. No one is even close to developing or even care about the gaming community experience as this team does. So just saying thank you and appreciate all the hard work.

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Iain here with a long-awaited news update:

 

First of all we realise there has been a lot heated discussion in this thread about when DumaOS should / will be ready. It's great to see so many of you are passionate and excited. For the handful of users who are feeling impatient please be assured we are working as hard and as fast as we can to get a version ready for you. We are very confident you will love the results once the upgrade is available. However, transitioning from a small number of testers to tens of thousands of open beta testers is a huge leap so we are doing everything we can to optimise the OS before we do this.

 

If we rush out a version that is not sufficiently tested then we run the risk of doing more harm than good. You, as a tester, will have to wait on us to fix issues while your gaming suffers. And as developers it puts us under a lot of pressure that is not conducive to creating great router software.

 

So when will the Open Beta begin? Well the closed beta is already underway and it is going well so far - the feedback has been very positive and thanks to our testers we have resolved a bunch of issues meaning we're getting close to a fully stable version. Once we reach that point we will expand the testing to more of our closed beta testers. This means we are confident we will have an upgrade for you in the near future and we are even more confident that you guys will love DumaOS, but ONLY WHEN IT'S READY!

 

Thank you for all your support, patience and enthusiasm. And to tie you over, attached is a new screenshot from the UI (left click to expand). This is the 'Dashboard' feature, which allows you to pin your favourite features onto one single screen. This creates one master page from which you can control DumaOS. Have fun speculating what each feature is for!

 

Thanks,

 

Iain & The Netduma Team 

 

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wooooowwwww .... The interface is beautiful XD congratulations



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Okay so Mikrotik has 160 employees.
Ubiquiti (the people who make the EdgeRouter) has 537 employees...
 
Know how many Netduma has? 1 who can code (correct me if I'm wrong). So quit your whining and bitching because you can't get your update fast enough lol it's ready when it's ready. Nobody promised you a set schedule for updates when you bought the router.

it's pretty evident one is not enough. Simple solution hire more people who can code.

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it's pretty evident one is not enough. Simple solution hire more people who can code.


lol yeah that's not a problem. Cause all companies start with 300 employees
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Lol that comparison to the netduma company and cod was anything far from a good argument.when you buy cod you theoretically have to deal with andhave laid for all the updates to come to the game in the form of patches. You BUY the crappy dlc and yes all cod dlc has been literally trash the last few years. Anyways it's a whole different comparison. There's alot of saltyness on these forums and it's ridiculously toxic. We all want Duma OS to be here tomorrow. I'm not even an original Duma owner since day one, in fact I only since knew about it when bo3 was around. I never knew back when I had cable I could get the netduma and have better games thanks the crappy matchmaking was giving me. But realistically, if your connection is half decent and fairly stable it helps keep those decent games more frequently. If your connection is like mine and it's literally a jittery mess than you can still expect it to help mostly but that's about it. It does what it's been advertised to do.

perhaps you're missing the point so let me clarify. Both are bought and paid for with expectations of getting an as advertised product. Whether it be free updates, DLC or anything else for that matter. It's just that simple and my only complaint with duma. Comprende?

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perhaps you're missing the point so let me clarify. Both are bought and paid for with expectations of getting an as advertised product. Whether it be free updates, DLC or anything else for that matter. It's just that simple and my only complaint with duma. Comprende?

 

So your router doesn't currently work as advertised?


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lol yeah that's not a problem. Cause all companies start with 300 employees

netduma has been around for a minute now. If you don't start by hiring one you won't get ta 2 and definitely not the 300. Putting heads together is a good thing and I'm sure the man wouldn't mind some help.

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Really its that simple? Ive been in business for over 30 years, Im now pretty much retired at 48, All these people offering wonderful solutions to a problem that actually doesn't exist is quite entertaining. 

Carry on.lol 


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