As the announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat (presumably) draws closer, the Paranoid Android team has decide to make some changes to the way the popular ROM is managed. On the agenda is a complete rewrite of Paranoid Android with a focus on making a highly stable ROM targeted at fewer devices. That doesn't necessarily mean it won't run on your device, but things are about to change.
According to the G+ post, the core team has decided to move away from the model of having everyone support individual devices.
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Paranoid Android Team Will Rewrite The ROM For KitKat Focusing On Fewer Devices, Googley Design, And Accessibility was written by the awesome team at Android Police.