Also I'm debating on whether it's worth it to buy a few more (cheap) Android phones with different configurations to debug the project...
phhusson (GSI maintainer) and I are working on a new generic multi-boot solution for modern Android devices, called Paralloid. Unlike previous similar projects, our way of implementing it shouldn't require porting to individual devices -- it should theoretically just work™️ on most Android devices released after Android 10. It's currently still a mess, and for now the scope is limited to booting system images that can share the kernel and vendor images, but I have a few vague ideas about how to remove the limitation in the (far) future. https://github.com/Paralloid/Paralloid
I'll just point out where most of funds of /e/ has gone to -- developing their horrific launcher.
All the support /e/ received could have gone to LineageOS and be invested in its development team and device ports. It is not cool to piggyback on others' work without mentioning in an obvious way, and profit from features that already exist upstream instead of really investing in developing what you promised. Even their wiki is more or less a copy of what LineageOS has.
/e/ looks like nothing more than a fork of LineageOS with few changes in terms of privacy and security but with a huge marketing campaign. LineageOS is already Google-free. Use and support LineageOS instead of whatever /e/ is. Or if you want microG support, use CalyxOS or GrapheneOS or whatever -- they are way more honest than /e/.
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