I guess it’s quite obvious by now, but I don’t have the time and energy to develop Rust-LV2 anymore that I once had.
Initially, I had the vision of a modular and ergonomic audio synthesis environment that is Open-Source and doesn’t restrict itself with metaphors to past technologies. Rust-LV2 was supposed to be one of the prime components of this environment, providing a common ground for communication and interaction between the modular parts. I knew this is an ambitious vision, but I had the time and the energy to pursue it.
Things have changed. Setbacks in my studies and a new job take most of my time and I’ve learned to make do with existing, restricted music technologies. I would still love to see this free audio synthesis environment some day, but the drive to develop is gone.
Therefore, I would like to resign as the maintainer of Rust-LV2. If somebody else wants to take that role, I’d be glad to hand it over. Otherwise, I might still fix minor issues as they arise but won’t drive any further development.
I must admit: We’ve managed to do quite a lot and there already are a handful of people working with Rust-LV2, which makes me really glad and I truly appreciate every single contribution, question or comment you’ve made. I especially thank @Prokopyl, @Yruama_Lairba, and @PieterPenninckx for their work. Maybe I’ll come back, but for now: Thank you and good bye!