OmniROM builds updated with KRACK fixes

Nothing ruins your day like a good security vulnerability being released, especially if it affects something you use on a regular basis. If I have just described you, then this one likely could give you a case of heartburn as it affects not just mobile devices, but even your connected toaster.

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Welcome to our new website and blog

In case you haven't noticed, or you've newly found Omni, our website and blog has taken on a new look and feel. After four years, FOUR YEARS!!!, we felt it was time to breathe a little bit more life into the project.

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Updates for May 2017

They say that "April showers bring May flowers," and while in nature that is often true - it certainly seems to fit for us at Omni. We have been busy with a number of administrative tasks, which includes updates to Gerrit (our code review portal) and a few other sundry items. In addition to those items, we've added a few new people to the contributors in golden-guy (helping out with Moto G4/G4+ bring-up) and vache.

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Spring 2017 Omni Updates

Spring is all about the old dying out and new life coming - which for us means there are a number of new things happening at Omni. We've been working on features, added new devices, and even had new people join the team. So let's get right to it shall we?

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New Year, New Month, New Security Updates

New Updates and Devices

With 2017 now upon us, and the collective hangover from 2016 somewhat passed, it's time to focus on what's happening this month with OmniROM. As some of you may know, the January 2017 Android Security Bulletin has been released and with it a slew of updates to AOSP. We have merged those into the existing 7.1 codebases (r10) and will be looking to backport soon as well.

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