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thegaurdian1

thegaurdian1

Member Since 12 Jan 2016
Offline Last Active 7 hours ago
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In Topic: How to Update to Duma Os from R1?

7 hours ago

awwww okay guys please keep up updated  :( any chance u guys know when is gonna realease?

No.

 

Thank You


In Topic: R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

7 hours ago

Luke's already given us a status update, explained the reason why & estimated when it will be available.

 

Rather than respond to numerous questions & ridiculous speculation I'd rather they focus on the task at hand.

 

I'm sure they will respond when they have further information to share, it's only been a day!

Weeks at most is not a time frame, its not even an educated guess.  It is simply a guess that means nothing with NetDumas track record.  


In Topic: How to Update to Duma Os from R1?

5 days ago

There is no DumaOS for the R1 yet.  It has been delayed to an unspecified date.

 

Thank You


In Topic: R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

5 days ago

Agree with this, I see no reason why people should continue to be patient. We're well beyond the point of asking your paying user base for more time to deliver features that were promised more than a year ago, and then sold to another company in the meantime.

 

 

I'm with you.

I feel misled, there's no way an issue like this was only know about a day before release. There's only 2 logical explanations, either they're lying or utterly incompetent.

 

When you look back through the original announcement threads, there's a clear theme and that's misinformation. Many times they were asked about dates, the team kept promising and then delay, normally days before the set date, or simply not saying anything at all. There are multiple instances of this. Then, completely out of the blue, we are told of the 'amazing' announcement that the DumaOs will be on a Netgear router first, THANKS!

 

It's no surprise there's no actual launch date now. They've missed the April 17th date, what's the point in providing another date? It just allows them to keep updating us that we're just 'weeks' away.

 

The real cynic in me says that the update will brick the majority of R1's, and as most will be well outside of the warranty period, the only solution will be to spend money on a new one. But that's just the really cynical part of me :/

 

I'd also like to ponder a question about the mods here. It's hugely evident from a large number of posts across the various threads that the mods have taken it upon themselves to defend the Dev Team, I see absolutely no reason for this, it's just creating more hostility than necessary.  I understand you're all huge fans of NetDuma, but you're continuous defense of shockingly poorly managed situation is bordering on comedic. How about you allow people to air their concerns and frustrations without constantly jumping to the defense of the dev's? Maybe you could even try and put your own feelings aside and empathise with those of us who feel frustrated? Those of us that haven't ever really felt the benefit of the R1? Those of us who are just plain tired of the excuses and denials?

I myself have given up on the R1 router and NetDuma in general and will be switching to something different.  There are too many inconsistencies with their DumaOS for the R1.  The only thing that has been consistent is them delaying the DumaOS release period.  I will keep the R1 router and when the DumaOS releases if I remember will get back on it to see if anything changed.


In Topic: R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

5 days ago

Agree with this, I see no reason why people should continue to be patient. We're well beyond the point of asking your paying user base for more time to deliver features that were promised more than a year ago, and then sold to another company in the meantime.

 

 

I'm with you.

I feel misled, there's no way an issue like this was only know about a day before release. There's only 2 logical explanations, either they're lying or utterly incompetent.

 

When you look back through the original announcement threads, there's a clear theme and that's misinformation. Many times they were asked about dates, the team kept promising and then delay, normally days before the set date, or simply not saying anything at all. There are multiple instances of this. Then, completely out of the blue, we are told of the 'amazing' announcement that the DumaOs will be on a Netgear router first, THANKS!

 

It's no surprise there's no actual launch date now. They've missed the April 17th date, what's the point in providing another date? It just allows them to keep updating us that we're just 'weeks' away.

 

The real cynic in me says that the update will brick the majority of R1's, and as most will be well outside of the warranty period, the only solution will be to spend money on a new one. But that's just the really cynical part of me :/

 

I'd also like to ponder a question about the mods here. It's hugely evident from a large number of posts across the various threads that the mods have taken it upon themselves to defend the Dev Team, I see absolutely no reason for this, it's just creating more hostility than necessary.  I understand you're all huge fans of NetDuma, but you're continuous defense of shockingly poorly managed situation is bordering on comedic. How about you allow people to air their concerns and frustrations without constantly jumping to the defense of the dev's? Maybe you could even try and put your own feelings aside and empathise with those of us who feel frustrated? Those of us that haven't ever really felt the benefit of the R1? Those of us who are just plain tired of the excuses and denials?

Great video on why he sold his R1 router.   He was huge supporter of the router with countless tutorial videos.