I absolutely love xenforo , but as rumors about serious problems at xenforo´s do not stop, I - and obviously many other users - get more and more worried and nervous, not knowing whether I/we might have to change to another software very soon. Please do not get me wrong. Let me just cite someone from another forum to make my point clear:
"Xenforo is a young software. And from what see it seems Kier has stopped progressing it for some reason... its been too quiet...."
I would not ask for some real and reliable good news if I was not used to another kind of communication. Kier and Mike used to be very active, customer-oriented and kept us customers always up to date - just THE BIG DIFFERENCE the way customers were treated at IB (at least IMHO) - I was really fed up with IB and very enthusiastic about xenforo. But things seem to have changed for some reason... then: Brogan left the team... some people say Mike left the team, too... some say Mike is still in the team, but he and Kier are behind the schedule... bugs seem to have been fixed, but no regular update has been released for some time... finally: Kier´s last post: 8. of May... and so customers get the impression, questions and rumors are ignored on purpose... simply because they are true?!
I think, no one around here would complain if Kier and Mike only popped in every now and then if there was too much work to do. But as customers get worried and nervous, more of them think about moving to another software... simply they do not know what´s going on...
IMHO it is absolutely necessary to stop these rumors before they are going to become a serious threat for the whole project. And the only way of doing this is: Please tell us very frankly what the situation is and what your plans are. The xenforo community still is very enthusiastic and will stand by you - but please do not miss out on telling us what´s going on. I am sure it would not be a waste of time - but if you do not, rumors will definitely increase...
As I said before: I absolutely love xenforo - so please "give us some good news".