I at least am not taking offense, only pointing out that there is a large (estimated, from I think the github parts update statistics, at some 200K+ users). There are enough people using Fritzing to make pcbs via the Anseler pcb fab that the Anseler folks arranged (and possibly funded!) the new code maintainer who is restarting development. They appear to see it as a good business move. There is scheduled to be a new release (with a few changes, but mostly to test the build and distribution system, which like everything else needed an update) in a few months. Someone on Hackaday posted a (in my opinion) biased rant against Fritzing and coined the phrase “friends don’t let friends use Fritzing” which I think has done Fritzing a lot of damage. I agree with one of the first comments, that he had obviously decided Eagle was the answer and trashed everything else he reviewed rather than really tried any of them for any length of time. Closed mind, not worth responding to when someone had already done it. Fritzing works fine for lots of folks, I’m interested in making it better. It certainly needs it, and I think is worth it, the underlying code and design have lot of good design and consideration of how things should expand in the future, it just never got finished before the research funding ran out and never really caught on as open source (probably partly due to biased rants, which turned off potential developers without them even looking at the code which is admittadly difficult to read because of no documentation) which I find a pity.