Store stock; alternatives supporting arduino.cc?

Looking at the arduino.cc store today I see most boards are out of stock. Are there other sources for boards that feed back financial support to arduino.cc?

Perhaps as a result of complaints between Arduino SRL (www.arduino.org) and Arduino LLC (www.arduino.cc) , Arduino SRL refuses to sell boards to Arduino LLC ? Anyway the new IDE 1.6.1 considers cards manufactured by Arduino SRL (formerly Smart Project ) as counterfeit card although this is the official manufacturer !

68tjs: Perhaps as a result of complaints between Arduino SRL (www.arduino.org) and Arduino LLC (www.arduino.cc) , Arduino SRL refuses to sell boards to Arduino LLC ? Anyway the new IDE 1.6.1 considers cards manufactured by Arduino SRL (formerly Smart Project ) as counterfeit card although this is the official manufacturer !

This whole drama seems very childish. It also seems like a good way to ruin the community, imho.

Which is funny and stupid at the same time. Think about the number of things the community has argued over for years, pleaded with the founders, etc of arduino.cc to change (hardware, libraries, these forums, etc) - yet barely to nearly nothing is heard from any of them.

Why the heck couldn't it be the same way with this particular drama as well? Noooo - instead, we get to be treated with a front-row view!

This whole drama seems very childish.

No, it's a matter of money. There is only the community that thinks open source. Both arduino think only make maximum $ or €.

instead, we get to be treated with a front-row view!

To be fair, I haven't seen any lobbying from either of the parties involved in any public forum. (Nor any of the major distributors like Sparkfun and Adafruit) (and this started last October.) The USB VID thing is the first visible impact there as been for end-users.