Hello Monica and Chris, I don think i can do a better job. I think i am not suited for it. And besides, i wouldn't have time for it. What i am good at, is organizational stuff. Like cooperation in groups and such. What is see is two people who have given much time to a project. And because of that, they feel attached to it. And so they won't let it go. But both of them are tired of their tasks and responsibilities. And they are even openly admit that they feel exhausted by it. They feel that the whole project will fall apart as soon as they withhold their energy from it. What has given you so much, should never be abandoned. The thing is, that such holding on to ones child often causes stagnation. It would be better to find a way of letting it go. Your child should find its own way into the world. So instead of putting all this energy into the project, into keeping it alive, you should put your energy into building the community. If you succeed in that, others will start to support you. There are many open source communities out there that can serve as example. Linus Torvald started the Linux project with just a few bystanders. The Linux community now counts over ten thousand active participants. You know why? Because he put his energy in building the community, in finding the right form of cooperation. He adopted the proper license, found distribution mechanisms and so fort. Now this might sound like stirring trouble or feel like arrogance, and in a sense it is, but i am sincere in what i mean. And i do not claim to have earned my right in saying so by having participated in the PS projected in any substantial manner. Far from it. I just use my brains and my guts and these are telling me - on the basis of what i experience here on this site - that you should turn your focus towards building the community if you want to keep the project alive. And then be prepared to let your responsibility go. To share it with the community. So do with this advice what you want. If you want to go in that direction, then i can help. Greetings from Holland.