Hi Qarizma, yes, you are right, this is hard to read.
Not because you're saying wrong things, but because you make some good points. I am sorry for the slow movement in the last few weeks, and the lack of communication from my side. I understand the frustration.
I also need to ask you to see the other side (and I know we keep saying this over and over), though: yes, this is very much a volunteer project. Which means we are limited by the rest of our lives. Yes, Flarum is also a passion project, but it is not my #1 life priority. I admit I underestimated the amount of time I could invest, and did so again and again, but I am nonetheless determined to get a stable release out, see our last community update.
I wrote about some of this in the community update, and I will gladly repeat myself. Flarum at this point is already pretty strong - not because of its pace of development, but because of its community: Even though we haven't had a single stable release yet, we already have lots of forum activity, community members helping each other, coming up with their own resources, and lots of resources. Not to forget the Flarum team, which is much bigger than us slacking developers. ? And that's what makes me very optimistic about the future. ?
As for support etc.: If you're still interested, may I ask you to kindly point me to your question that got no reply? I am sure we can get something set up for you to be involved in supporting this project in whatever way. ?