I already started a thread about this in the general forum, but thought it can be a good idea to go into a bit more depth here:
Glyphin (at least in its current state) isn't happening for me anymore. I am constantly rebuilding, and every time I fall into deep rabbit holes where I focus on performance, or an interesting design pattern. It has not been a waste in any way for me personally. I now know how to build an editor for raspberry pi, that can have smooth scroll in 60fps, and with syntax highlighting. I also know how to design it to handle files of insane sizes (at least 1TB) with very little memory. I love solving problems, and doing little "proof of concepts" like that. But I can not find the motivation to make my concepts into a complete quality editor right now.
So need to try something new. And as a social person, I think I would love to start doing some streaming. I have been resistant to it in the past since I am a fairly new programmer (have been programming for about 2.5 years, but every day since), and because English is not my native tongue. But I think it is time to try.
However, I can not decide if I should leave the editor all together, and start a completely different project in this stream (thinking about an rts-game, like old school dune/c&c95), it would also give me a reason to start composing again (my background is as a composer), or if I should make a reborn Glyphin from scratch where I cover the basics of making an editor first, before going into the depths of optimization.
This may not make much sense, but neither does my brain right now :D
So, any thoughts would be helpfull.