No surprise really to see nothing has really changed, other than seeing more optimistic and loyal users of a few years ago, now seriously questioning LFS and it's future. Reading through a handful of threads, it's soooo frustrating to see Scawen respond within a few weeks of a hack with a significant netcode update, yet we can't get one single content update in 4+ years, let alone a tiny progress report. We see more dev interaction with nuisance hackers than the community as a whole.
Not much more can be said on the content front, that hasn't already, without provoking the wrath of Eric (been there).
It really is hard to comprehend the logic being applied. They're cutting off the nose to spite the face.
As a follower from the very early RSC day, it's been interesting to follow this indy development experiment. The dev's philosophy, motivations and engagement were refreshing and attracted many follows, but it's clear over the long term it hasn't been the success many hoped for. For whatever reasons (for lack of interest/motivation/time/money or technical difficulties) it would seem serious LFS development has been abandoned and now it's in a maintenance cycle.
Nothing it seems will divert this certain course. Not even years of community pleas and declining interest (and probably license revenue).
The devs clearly missed the boat. The once active and thriving racing community have left for greener pastures and LFS is unfortunately remembered for it's failure to evolve, rather than it's (earlier/promised) successes.