I am very happy to see renewed interest in the Tinker Board from ASUS' side! I hope it will not just stay with a new site and a forum for getting us all obtain ASUS accounts :)
There have been new operating system releases provided in the downloads section recently. They are still based on the old Debian 9 and Android 7 with proprietary drivers.
Multiple recent developments were notable related to the Tinker Board. Better mainline Linux kernel support and Mesa support for the GPU are already enabling new applications for the Tinker Board, but these efforts could still use extra support.
One notable recent event has been the support of Arm themselves towards the Panfrost driver:
Furthermore the Armbian project has to be mentioned whom have been faithfully enabling Tinker Board users to enjoy many of ongoing developments that took place:
How is ASUS planning to move forward with the Tinker Board?
Does ASUS recognize that the work of Collabora, Armbian and others has been very beneficial for Tinker Board users and that future efforts from ASUS should follow along the same path?
Does ASUS look at cooperating with these projects or similar projects that are supportive of the Tinker Board?