However, we all had this discussion about cramming things in and fixing later, so what happened to actually fixing things after.
We were forcibly shut down if you don't recall.
It's not possible to fix thing after everything is gone and everyone who had control of anything had moved on.
The last patch was makeshift, was under the table, and as against the rules of our agreement but we did it anyway for the community.
It's not development, it's just fixing. So why can't that happen?
I'd been hoping that fixes were under way since the "Shutdown".
a development process, something we were strictly forbade from doing hence the immediate revocation of our SVN in January. Don't play semantics. Just because you change the word doesn't change the fact that it requires some semblance of a team, organization, and coordination which wasn't possible without quite a bit of effort based on the state of disarray we were left with and as morale was shattered, shit just didn't happen and everyone moved on.
It sucks that we couldn't continue in any way shape or form but we did quite a bit with the time and resources we had. Things didn't pan out after the fact. Putting "shutdown" in quotes lessens effects and finality the whole fiasco and is a bit insulting to those who wanted to continue and couldn't. Just because you have plans doesn't mean you're given the opportunity for them to come to fruition.