From time to time, people would wish me to support AviUtl again or write some article on it. Yet, for the last 4 years, I lost dearly to it. Server cost, publishing cost and time. Worst still, local culture don’t even bother my CV with AviUtl and works around it.
The Hong Kong government setup this new bureau around 2015 but none of its work was heard among general public. I cannot say it did nothing for more than two years, but certainly even if it DID something, that would not matter much to most people out there. IMO, this is some thing very wrong. There is supposed to be a boatload of works that are related to a wider public.
Unspoken in the air
Views on JLPT Exam and misconceptions
Another project which got empty thanks. Seems actually being used by some Australia university due to locked-down computer policy. See source code repo HERE
I would no longer work on AviUtl and OSS in general. The following list stuffs that would/may still work after I stopped supporting them: