The main purpose of this project is to make a ready-to-use Linux target on a small selection of hardware and applications, and still make adding extra stuff possible. We want to focus on one thing and get it done in a better design.
And the balance is important because we don't want to be a "barebone" OS like TinyCore, either to bundle too much things and becoming bloated. So I would like to talk some details toward next release, version 0.9:
If your hardware is not supported by xPUD at this moment, don't panic. Please check the "Kernel Modules" section on the download page, and we'll try to make this process easier.