EDIT: There are only two people working on UBB.threads
7.6.0 at this time. James Corthell and myself, Isaac DeCoursey. James has contributed a substantial amount of his personal time, ideas, custom code, and ongoing efforts in and supporting the current UBB.threads
user-base. You (Ruben) and James have been in constant communication for at least the past 10 years, and have been communicating through Private Topics on the progress of UBB.threads
7.6.0 (formally known as 7.5.10) since February 2015. There are at least 105 replies in the "BMG6" Private Topic conversation between you (Ruben), James and Myself, with the very last reply being from you. With that having been said, I continue to look forward to working with you and James in the future. I feel that both of you guys are an unreplaceable asset in this project. I enjoy reading ideas and support posts from each of you guys.
And you are working on a major overhaul.
(I feel your pain)
But bragging points were stated that we would see multiple updates per year.
Do you have a direct link to this statement? can you please share this link?
You already know that a major overhaul is in progress, and you already know, and can see the changelogs, and have download access to the Snapshots that are published about a few times a month; so I dont fully understand your complaint.
Personally, I dont feel that it would be fair to anyone, to release a product that still has known show-stoppers, and call it "final."
As a side note, for the past 16 months, I've been putting several hours of my personal time in to this project, without any expectation of making a single dime for my time. Nore has there been any agreements put in place for me to make any income from this project. Its purely being worked on as a passion and past time hobby of mine... for up to 25 hours a week, every week, for the past 16 months. This is purely due to seeing that UBB.threads
project basically stalled in 2013 by the previous developer. I didnt see that it was fair to everyone else who has made an investment of their time and money in to the software, to let it die that way. So in January 2015, I took it upon myself (and with the incredable help and contributions of James Courthell/gizmo) have made some incredable progress in bringing life back in to the UBB.threads
I am extremely excited to produce a quality product that everyone can use.
If you have anything useful to contribute, I'm fully cool with adding your contributions and making sure that credit for your contribution is added.
I am also more than happy to freely give my support and share whatever technical knowledge i have, to support you and anyone else who requests it.
In closing, I am just as passionate about this software as you and many others are. Feel free to contribute here, or on UBBDev.com, or even send me a Private Message if you want. I always reply.
isaac @ http://id242.com