That reminds me, LM have you ever thought about setting up a Patreon system? I know I would gladly pay for regular updates. Just a thought.
It is a labor of love
I have had a D&D game running weekly since 1982, and now we alternate in-person/MapTool campaigns to allow those who have moved away or have a sick kid to participate. So pretty much everything I do is for me, and I just share
Which is why my updates are so sporadic and what I update sometimes seems random.
I am basically in the same boat, though now it is purely online. Maptool and your framework have made possible a renaissance of gaming for my old-time gaming buds. Thank you!
Along those lines, I have not moved my group to Mote yet, but am hopeful to do so soon. The parts of the framework that is used the most by the group now appears to be functional, so it is almost time to see if everyone's machine can handle Mote. Mote is SO much easier to get up and running (single file download/launch) and is way faster once up and running, but it does require more RAM. So I am worried folks that are only able to run a 32-bit Java will not have enough memory to participate in a beefy campaign. I am currently running Skull and Shackles and there are tons of maps. Perhaps I will delay a release until I have done a strong playtest! Remember you can request a "current state" download if you want to be risky.
Faster, smoother ... if we can get that, with the same functionality I am ALL for it. Looking forward to it.