This is a strange post because its a new account in our NEM forums assuming the name/misspelling of an original member (Lionheart) and then the “likes” under this post are also new accounts made the same day right after this post went live. So in short, you put a lot of time into making this new account and then the condescending tone/attack style tells me this post was done to try to hurt the integrity of the team. Things like saying, " THE MIGRATION COMMITTEE DOESN’T HAVE ANY IDEA ABOUT TECH OR WHAT’S GOING ON WITH AT THE TECH DEP" and " I AM SURPRISED TO SEE THAT NEM’S TECH MOGUL JAGUAR DIDN’T NOTICE THIS BEFORE THEY POSTED THE PREVIOUS UPDATE!!!" is just obnoxious.
Moving forward, if you want a serious answer please frame it up in a more constructive way. We’re happy to answer hard questions.
That being said, there are some legitimate concerns hidden in the wild all caps/bolded text/thick red pen marks above. @kodtycoon responded with some detail on the context of the delay but here’s some more detail from Foundation tech team that might be helpful for you and community to know.
Foundation has had the network running since 0.9.0.1 release and just keep updating nodes as components update themselves. Meanwhile, devs are working on a few additional updates and Foundation tech team continues running and updating as new builds are pushed. So while it wasn’t communicated in full detail, progress is happening.
Expanding to outsiders running their own nodes makes sense once the internal teams get through this stable period. Also, config changes via tokenomics developments will need to be reflected which will reset the network. Tokenomics proposal should hit early next week so keep that in mind when you read the latest migration update that goes out sometime today (Friday Nov 29).
So those are some specific bottlenecks we’ve had and due to timezones and holiday break. End result is there was some unfortunate communication delays and folks under pressure to let community know what was happening. We’ll work on improving this.