, I hope everything is fine
As a volunteer on other projects I say that not asking for ETA is a rule for projects run by volunteers.
But it's also a rule not to ask for money if you can't answer ETA, or you can't show some progress/alpha/beta/empty github project
edit: giving some periodic feedback would be useful, even just to say, I'm busy etc etc etc
I disagree with that statement.
In our crowdfunding announcement we never promised that we will give out ETA.
We were asking for donations.
People who contributed did it completely voluntarily.
If we would "charge" money for this project, it would be a completely different story as we would "owe" the customer something.
This is not the case here since it is still a free project which is run by hobbyist developers in their free time.
There is a huge difference between performing a completely voluntary donation and paying for a product.
Us devs have been kinda busy with real life in the last month.
That being said there has been quite a good amount of progress on the new code base.
There is still a lot of work to do. Lot's of testing will be needed aswell after the new code base is ready to get compiled.
Those are the reasons why we do not provide ETA. It is hard to estimate.
I am planning to get back to working on it soon.