i am not affraid. I understand your point of vue Ash. I am not a user. No project. So, your v13.0 doesn't exist. It is not important for me. I hope you will have a 1.0 with C2 this time and say not after spending your time after 2 years : "i had choose the bad way... sorry , but there is C3".
For a developper, it is just ridiculous for a second time...
I hope you finish C2 anyway.
Ash was not calling you afraid.
I don't really have anything to add on top of that, I'm afraid.
The " I'm afraid " part at the end of the sentence is a polite expressions.
I'm afraid assumes that there will be sorrow after... whatever statement is about to be spoken/written.I'm afraid assumes there will be an emotional response from the other person/persons listening or reading. The phrase almost prepares the listener for what is about to be said or cautions the listener that you are indeed afraid of their response when it's said at the end of the sentence.
Now with that out of the way.
kwarn you do have a valid point their but, your looking at it from a user point of view.
I am going to try and break it down for you as a programmer.
They use construct 0.x to build their skill and knowledge.
construct have hundreds maybe even thousands of lines of code that they written when they started programming . They work up to this point building upon the old inefficient code.
this leads to problems and bugs. So they went through the codes again to patch up the problems and bugs but, more problems and bugs pop up and this continues for many new builds of construct 0.x to the current one to day.
At some point you realize that the old code is holding you back.
So, what do you do?
1: Do you continues for many more builds with the old code that is holding you back.
2: Do you start from scratch with the skill and knowledge gained from construct 0.x.
you may say 1 but I think they picked the right answer.