Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: July 22 2007,00:56
This has been answered so many times before.
This distribution and the volunteer work that I do, is not a paid or commercial venture.
This distribution does not have a team of developers.
I do not own or have access to everything that is new or currently popular.
So it should be common sense to realize that ...
It will happen when someone in the community of DSL users who happens to own or have access to such device decides to make and then contribute the module.
Other small distributions have community contributed code and modules.
To make posts about other distributions (when they are not 49MB or even the same kernel/modules) and a personal attack on my priorities is really not helpful. Doing such is actually very rude.
If you own such device, instead of being rude, why don't you step up to the plate and contribute.