The CyanogenMod team have published the first nightly ROMs for Oppo Find 7A and OnePlus One devices. You will find the Oppo Find 7A download codenamed with find 7 and for the One Plus One with bacon.
By applying CyanogenMod 11 to Oppo Find 7A, you basically get a OnePlus One experience, because the two handsets differ approximately little aside of software.
Note that the find7 nightly release is for the Oppo Find version 7A of the device, and not for Quad HD Find 7, but because the processor and radio are identical on both devices, according to a member of the CyanogenMod team is possible that you successfully install and run the Find7 nightly on the Oppo Find 7 device as well, but you need to be aware of the risks.
In the case of OnePlus One, the device runs CyanogenMod 11S, a somewhat modified version of CyanogenMod 11, so installing the new nightly build may not bring you many changes.
However, nightlies give you fast access to the newest features, but as you probably know, they are more unstable than Milestone versions, which are safer for daily use. The latest CyanogenMod 11 Milestone available now is M7, with M8 expected next month and the jump to the latest Android 4.4.3.
If you are eager to try CyanogenMod 11 Nigthly builds on your Oppo Find 7A or One Plus One devices go to CyanogenMod downloads pages: Bacon can be downloaded from here and Find7 from here.
As you know, your devices need to be rooted and have a custom recovery in order to flash the CyanogenMod, also make sure you’ve downloaded the latest version of Gapps, to flash together with the ROM, unless you want to be stuck with no Google services, which includes Google Play, Gmail, Chrome.