Cyanogen Inc. continues to communicate his next CyanogenMod 11. As you know, Android 4.4 KitKat will bring a wider compatibility with various optimizations and minimum characteristics lowered. Google, for example, announced that Android 4.4 KitKat will be supported on devices with only 512MB of RAM.
The new Android update will have no negative impact on the compatibility of CyanogenMod 11. Since CyanogenMod 9, 512MB of RAM was a prerequisite for the development and porting of these ROM. Cyanogen Inc. has announced that the terminals that support Jelly Bean will also be compatible KitKat. This represents more than 70 Android devices. According to CM, the first versions Nightly be available by the end of November.
Meaning nightly build: It is a compiled version of the system that is available to users every day before the release of a possible final version. In their launches, Nightlies Builds are known to be thin in features since they are complementary over their evolution, to often enter into more stable versions.