Triangle Away is not fully operational on the Note3. The device doesn't seem to actually count the number of flashes, but it does store the binary status, system status, and KNOX warranty void.
I've just uploaded the CF-Auto-Root files for various Note 3 models. This includes the International Exynos (SM-N900), International Qualcomm (SM-N9005) and T-Mobile US models (SM-N900T), and various Asian models.
As I've stated before, my dev version of Triangle Away is currently operational (though not yet released) for the flash counter and binary status with the new Knox I9505 ROMs.
As of a few hours ago, GeoLog is open source (Apache License v2.0). It works fairly well as is, I've used it trekking around the jungle for about a month. There are some outstanding issues, which I've all listed in GitHub's issues section as well.
The update brings back ARMv5 support, and fixes some compatibility issues with Android 2.x, that it seems were introduced in the same update ARMv5 support was dropped (not a coincidence).
As some of you may know by now, the 2013 Nexus 7 has USB host operational - sometimes. For some it works, for some it doesn't work. Some get nothing at all, others get the kernel working but not the Android API, and for others both kernel level and Android API level is working fine.
Good news everyone! I've been messing with TriangleAway a bit, and resetting the flash count, binary status, and system status works again in my development build.
KNOX KNOX! Who's there? Super! Super who? SuperSU!
The new firmwares that came out today have SELinux enabled and set to restrictive. This generally made SuperSU sad.