I tested the no-hotspot and hotspot versions locally. I didn’t do a full smoke test, running complete gcode files. But I am confident it should work as well as previous versions.
OctoPrint has had some big updates to the polish and dependability. CNC.js is version 1.9.23, which isn’t that new, but it’s new to v1pi. The biggest updates are to the hotspot/raspap side, which is installing flawlessly and seems very snappy.
I haven’t tested it on a pi 2 zero W, because they aren’t in stock anywhere, but it is based on the latest images, so I have confidence it will work. Raspberry pi 4 should still work as well.
Of all the projects, this one has some big impact for people. I understand that, but the work for me is generally either: It works, and it’s just testing left, or something is wrong, and it is really hard to fix. I plan on keeping an eye on this project in the future, but always remember that octopi is an option (that is really well maintained) and I can’t be trusted with any kind of schedule for updates. It isn’t abandoned. But I want to be frank that I will not be putting this work ahead of sandify, or my own personal making projects.