As one can see, I don't believe it's difficult to collect all the flashlights containing BLF members firmware (and I will do my best to keep maintaining it). Pointing to their many revisions is indeed another thing as you say it, but that’s not the main purpose of this thread. It’s all about listing ALL the flashlights containing BLF firmwares @ one easy to reach place and for easy reference. I just want to make this list as comprehensive as possible :D
Tom E makes it a bit easier with his Narsil firmware, as he is using version numbers and even has a build in version check into the flashlights itself. ToyKeeper on the other hand has the easy following up going on, with her amazing work in the firmware repository on launchpad.
Although I think this list is as good as complete (for now), the only person that can really tell for sure is ToyKeeper herself.
As for having the firmware flashing links in the same place, that is also part of the purpose of this thread. I have a strange feeling easy flashing new/updated firmwares is going to be the thing For All Of Us in the near future. Saying that, it would also be very nice to have a true BLF FlashKit, containing all the parts needed for firmware flashing onto our beloved flashlights :D
TBH, I’d have to look it up to see if anything is missing. I tend to forget where my stuff has been used, because it’s easier to let my computer remember that sort of thing instead of trying to keep it in my head.
Glancing over the list, I can at least tell you the CPFi Cometa was from Manker, not Jaxman. And it’s cpfitalia, not CPF. The light was supposed to be from Jaxman, but … long story short, I wouldn’t say honesty was one of the project’s strengths.
One thing which comes to mind which wasn’t on the list was the Reylight Dawn. It uses a Texas_Ace derivative of Bistro. And I seem to recall he had a derivative of Bistro on some other lights too, though I forget which. And I think Texas_Ace also has several derivatives of NarsilM on various lights, like the MT09R, GT70, Mini-GT, and S43.
Some lights have used both NarsilM and Anduril in different production batches, like the ROT66 and SP36.
The FW3A was created on TLF before becoming a collaboration with BLF.
The Astrolux FT03 corresponds to (is exactly the same as) the Mateminco MT35-Mini (and thus also uses NarsilM v1.3)
The Astrolux S43/S43S corresponds to the Mateminco S03/S03 copper (and thus also uses NarsilM v1.3)
I think the Haikelite MT03 TA Devourer (MT03 revision 3) also uses NarsilM, similar to the Haikelite MT09R.