$0.02 worth at the end, no soapbox
it's really great to see davinci27, sketchy, jayklm (welcome back!!) and everybody else pulling things together with the Audrey like this. thanks to everyone!! if sowbug, scythic, suicidal, and deviant still read here, i'm sure they're pleased to see the results of everyones' efforts.
sowbug applied a tremendous amount of effort to hack poor little Audrey to put shellex, pterm, and ftp on it, which opened the doors for everyone else. scythic figured out how to clone and spoof the Marimba servers before 3Com yanked them down, then madmax and other generous folks supplied DNS and Marimba servers, too. this enabled almost anyone with an Audrey and internet access to upgrade from the 3Com factory software to the latest version (including sowbug's hacks) long after 3Com shut down their servers and support.
suicidal finally proved that it's possible to 'cat' the Audrey/QNX filesystems fs0p0, fs0p1, and fs0p2 to the /dev/cf device to create a fully functional Compact Flash backup, and even to flash clone other Audrey's using the compact flash. keith_d gave us an onscreen/touchpad keyboard, the first 'new' QNX/Photon app for the Audrey, and people like koreth, sketchy, and others continued developing and contributing other useful QNX/Photon applications. rseidl and others began digging into the Audrey web server and the sendmessage executable, and writing home automation scripts that turned Audrey into a low-cost web-based full-color touch screen controller.
jayklm had the confidence to post what i believe was the first 'home-grown' Audrey image publicly on the web. amazingly, nobody sent him a cease-and-desist letter since then, everyone's learned an amazing amount of information about Audrey, Geode, and QNX; more than anyone could possibly have imagined just over a year ago.
keep digging, keep learning, but most importantly keep sharing... thanks.