"OctoPrint development was financially supported by the Spanish smartphone manufacturer beginning in August 2014."
I'd change "the" to "a" or I'd indicate "BQ" in this sentence and then say "they" in the following one.
"These include advanced timelapse videos that trigger by layer and position the model and print head properly, 3D design collection sites such as MyMiniFactory, STL.garden, integrating OctoPrint with Android apps and Android Wear modules,a Pebble smartwatch,, software integrations with printers such as BigBox3D, MakerGear M3, and Robo 3D printers, and both software and hardware integrations with Prusa, Proforge 2S, and the industrial-level GEWO HTP 260 and AON printers. It has also been used by Thomas Sanladerer in a PrintrBot as a self-contained and fully mobile printer build."
That's some sentence. I've temporarily removed the footnotes which now make it easier to see that there are sometimes spaces missing after commas and at least one double comma. Here's my take on it (attempting to introduce semicolons and colons to break things up into separate ideas).
"These include support for advanced timelapse videos that trigger by layer, positioning the model and print head properly; support for 3D design collection sites such as MyMiniFactory and STL.garden; the integration of OctoPrint with Android apps, Android Wear modules and a Pebble smartwatch; software integrations with printers such as BigBox3D, MakerGear M3 and Robo 3D printers as well as both software and hardware integrations with Prusa, Proforge 2S, the industrial-level GEWO HTP 260 and AON printers. OctoPrint has also been used by Thomas Sanladerer in a PrintrBot as a self-contained and fully-mobile printer build."
Given that Europe's GDPR caused foosel to spend a fair amount of time tweaking things, it might be good to reference the topic.
Talking about the REST API would in my own mind be a good addition to its amazing features.
I'm used to seeing the history of OctoPrint in this case under an actual section called History.
I link the Cura wiki page in case it's inspiring at all.
Some statistics might remind the reader that OctoPrint is a big player in this space.
Is the Type really a slicing application?