An experimental Sense 2.1 ROM for the Moto Droid has been released, thanks to humancyborg. It’s all jacked up, so don’t expect to replace your current setup just yet. Hopefully some devs can get some functionality in this. Sense UI on the Droid might be a reality…
Greek35T has released what he is calling a stable rom of Android 2.1 for the Motorola Droid. The initial user reports are sounding good. The main complaint is the backlight on the keyboard and capacitive buttons not working, which should be fixable. This rom is based on the Nexus One dump.
This appears to be completely separate and more stable than the first 2.1 port. Correction: This rom is based on humancyborg’s 2.1 port.
Download and instructions are here.
Eugene373 and Barakinflorida have released a custom Droid rom which adds multi-touch to the oem apps. The rom, based on the Motorola Milestone stock rom (Android 2.0), is mashed together with bits from the stock Droid rom (2.0). So you will lose some of the newness that the 2.0.1 update brought.
GPS is officially not supported yet, but early adopters are reporting quite a lengthy list of issues. Given the alpha status of this rom, that’s to be expected. You’ll want to hold off using this as your daily driver, but tinker away to your hearts desire.