chadorireborn, Working on this as a hobby, not as a legitimate, full time project. I'm focused on developing my game right now, not on making this. You also have to consider the fact that making it a community project is essentially the same as forming a team, the difference being the fact that I'm not held liable, and nobody else working on it is.
Maybe if I had more money to spend, I'd hire programmers to work with on it. But, for now, it's simply just for fun.
R0J0hound, Haha I definitely don't have a one year time frame! I'd have to put my game aside to do that, which wouldn't be practical in the long run, unless I made people pay for it. Which I wouldn't. I was simply saying that last year I'd posted about this topic, saying illogical things, not knowing what I was doing.
The features I plan on implementing will be on an as needed basis after the core engine is rewrote. Which means updates will be slow and inconvenient if I'm the only one making them. I'm hoping that people understand this and don't get so excited about it. I'm not making any promises as to it being feasibly useful. At least, though, it could serve as a starting point for the future of Construct, and my career as a programmer.
Eisenhans, Reprogramming Construct 2 in C is the same as making my own engine, the difference being that the interface is already there.
Also, you have to consider the importance of C as a language. Even thinking that this kind of thing could be simple shows the lack of knowledge required to do it, and if someone won't hire because of that kind of thinking, they don't know what they're looking for and most likely won't pay well. So, I'm not worried.