Not at all my business
, mind you, but a fork means that resources are spread instead of being concentrated.
Before forking I would suggest you to contact Nightman
and see if you can contribute to the project, and should he refuse your help and contribution, go ahead, if you are determined to do so.
But both you and Nightman
should take into account the possible consequences of a fork for the board and the Community, besides being a VERY "bad" example of cooperative work, we will soon have .scripts compatible with one of the branches and not with the other, members and users, already perplexed enough by the lack of documentation, will go mad trying to understand what is happening, we will be flooded with help requests, more generally entropy will increase at a higher rate than needed.
The foreseeable result will probably be in the end that of having two mediocre projects, each worse than what could hopefully become the "monolithic" one.
On the other hand, as I see it, having two versions of VistaPE, kept in sync
, one that ONLY builds with WAIK and one that ONLY builds with Vista DVD, could simplify greatly the easiness for end users, though making things more complex for .scripts developers.