Nothing , as said that page is either obsolete, incorrect or both, nothing more, nothing less.
Most probably noone pointed this fact to you, now I have.
Thank you. I'm aware parts of the documentation are out of date, just haven't had time to take care of that.
Good , though personally (and I presume that a few people will also do the same) I will never press a "Register" button if I don't want to register, to be later said that registration is optional, it is a case of what I personally consider "deceiveing" methods.
I'm of the opposite opinion. To press a button that says "download now" then be asked to register is deceiving. Being asked to register, than having the option of not registering is the opposite and a good thing.
Though it is pointing still to the obsolete grub4dos sourceforge site, and the source code is locally hosted, so that anyone looking for the "real thing" (the current chenall grub4dos site):
will never get there (or at least not easily)
That is not the link to the source code (as you mention), it is the closest thing that I could find to the "official grub4dos project page". I don't know what to put there, as there seems to be zero central organization for grub4dos, or perhaps it exists but only on the Chinese web. I'm not looking for a link to source code nor a link to support forums, more a link to the actual G4D project page that explains what it is and what it does and who is behind it. Because I'm not trying to rob anyone of credit.
All that said, I'm not a guy that discourages advice. Give me your suggestions for what you feel would be improvements to the NeoGrub page, and I'm willing to work them into there.
At the end of the day, the whole point of FREE software is to attract more users and make their lives easier. I want YOU to be able to recommend EasyBCD, not say "stay away from it" or "I don't recommend it."
What would that take? Also, what is your affiliation with G4D, if any?
So, tell me. Instead of sourceforge, where do I link? Again, not looking for support forums but for a project info page.
I'm linking to the legacy grub4dos documentation because the last time I checked, that was the most complete reference. G4D documentation said "look at <link to official grub legacy docs> for more info on this...." while primarily focusing on g4d features. Is diddy's g4d page on the old boot-land the recommendation? Or is it no longer maintained? You see my conundrum? No official pages anywhere.
Guides. You say Steve6375. All I find on Google are people talking about his guides, not his guides. And some YouTube links (and I refuse to link to YouTube tutorials, just as a matter of principle).
I am not the enemy. I am a friend to the open source community and have contributed to open source projects, including sharing some EasyBCD code that for a few years was the basis of Wubi's bootloader installation in Ubuntu. My GitHub page is full of NeoSmart contributions and forks of other projects w/ minor improvements.
I'm currently in contact with the developer of Grub2Win for the possibility of integrating that - at his request!
Heck, if you want a login to the Wiki so you can update and/or maintain the Linux and G4D-related stuff, let me know. Do you see what I'm saying here? EasyBCD is a tool that is built on the shoulder of giants. Aside from our own (extensive) tech in EasyBCD, we sometimes adapt existing tools into easier to use forms, at the cost of sacrificing some extensibility. Not everyone is looking for source code and configuration files, a vast majority of (esp. Windows') users just want a point and click solution, which EasyBCD gives them and then some. It is a complement to these solutions, not a rival/alternative.