Let me say that you are wrong.
You cannot judge Icy Phoenix development by checking only activity on this site...
As I have said several times so far, I have only few spare time, and in that time I only code for Icy Phoenix.
Let me make an example:
When I had more free time (this used to happen in the past
) I could code for 20 hours per week and also had some extra time to support here... now I can only code about 10/15 hours per week and no time for support (otherwise new Icy Phoenix will not be ever released!).
We are lacking of active Staff members (do not forget that this is an open source project... and it is an hobby after all) so you only notice activity where we have users interested into.
Anyway... if you want to be aware on how the development is going, you need to check the official repositories of Icy Phoenix source code:
I am also planning to update this website to the latest dev release, to be able to test online all the new features and code. This operation will require at least one full day of work (this website has many extra features which needed to be updated manually)... as soon as I have the time to perform the upgrade, you will be able to test the new package also on this website.
Please be patient a little bit... and if you want to speed up the development, you can test the dev version to help debugging.