@Lazar-Demin Unfortunately there is no pinout(*) description of the new Omega2 on the Kickstarter page - only some marketing shit and idiotic buzzwords ("cloud", "apps", and so on). So please, If you want people to support you, publish decent documentation first!!!
(*) It would be enough if you write down eactly which signals (as referred to in the datasheet) are you making available on the pin-header. (No, we don't need any "fancy" images like for small children. We need the information!)
Also, I would be interested to know if is it possible to build a working OpenWrt for Omega2 from the official OpenWrt sources or whether there are drivers/patches outside the official tree (and if so - are all those patches open-source)? I don't want ANY binary blobs!!!
Also I definitely dislike the Idea that the pre-installed OpenWrt has some proprietary parts which will send data into a "cloud". This really scares me and thus I don't trust your version of OpenWrt at all.
So, unless you publish a proper documentation (pinout + how to build and install vanilla OpenWrt by yourself), I won't consider buying/supporting Omega2. Sorry!