I'm new here and have a question about the modules. These were a major selling point of Hak5's products. I love the idea. They are why I just spent what I did on a number of these products. My question is, who owns/supports the modules? They seem like they are partially community-driven and partially Hak5-driven.
When some of you say that the modules need to be updated, does that mean that, as a general practice, 3rd party (independent) devs have to update/test their modules after a release goes to public release? Does that mean that Hak5 doesn't take responsibility for the functionality of the modules? Does that mean that, as occurred in this case, a software update can be expected to break them and the community doesn't find out until we begin reporting that the update broke our devices?
For any Hak5 reps on this board, was the 2.6 software release coordinated with the module devs or was any testing conducted to see that your modules worked with the update?
Is this a common situation with Hak5's software releases? If so, I will try to avoid upgrading until the community tests future releases (unfortunately, i didn't have that option with this release because my unit was new and I didn't have the option to not update when I did my initial setup).
Thanks for helping the noob out.