I haven't had any reason to use CAD software for a while now,
and I have completed my primary goal of
creating custom toolbars and custom menus for LibreCAD.
The work I have done for 2.2.0 regarding the command-line
(among other things) is complete.
You can read about the command-line changes here:
we are all volunteers and that's perfectly fine.
LibreCAD is not company backed-up and I feel it's ok if there is no release for XX time, or a person that jump's in the second (or day or week) a new pull request comes in, a bug comes in.
I also don't think (but would love to hear from anybody) that there is a requirement from the user's that use our software for free that we do something in XX amouth of time and work on new features all the time.
Obviously, I would love to see LibreCAD beeing used and picked up by company X release new features AND this company makes money of it's support, but unfortunately that's not the case.
I also don't think that anybody is expecting you to work on issues and/or to respond to items within a timeframe.
As you know, people come and go.. Some people stay and are silent towards the community and other people are active for a period of time than disappear. Some people stay forever
From my heart I do want to thank you for your support and I always found that you have helped LibreCAD beeing a better CAD tool.