You may or may not be interested in my reasons for this, so I will just write them here (and please don't get me wrong, I think they may be interesting / helpfull, this shall not be a whambulance thread).
- 1. Beeing more and more occupied by university and real life, I simply lack time for any major contributing, no further explaination is needed here.
2. My motivation to contribute constantly declined over time. This is mainly because of the enginification of spring. I don't want to criticise this as I think its a reasonable move, but I joined because I wantet to write a game, not an engine. Furthermore, I don't see anything usefull to contribute anymore as most of the stuff missing is related to user experience / friendlyness, polishing etc., and as an engine dev I felt quite useless in that area.
3. I sometimes missed a better lead and clearer guidelines. Lots of features were added to spring just because someone thought they were cool, regardeless of their usefullness or if someone will actually use them (I'm not excluding me here). Features added twice because someone thought they should be done differently. Over-configurability with alot of useless options noone ever changes because someones whining over certain changes. And sometimes I got the impression that the devs didn't work together but against each other.