Activity in comment have somewhat picked up. In regards to critcism, it's harder to get people to comment like that because most wouldn't even be able to tell what is a problem or not so that's why there isn't all that many doing it.
That's also a complicated thing, to educate even random user on what is good and bad in a CDLC isn't an easy job.
That's the ideal goal but it's work and time. A lot of those things aren't that we don't want them, we really do want to integrate those things. It's just not that easy to do.
If you have any idea to improve it, please share them. I'd agree a good cleaning of all the outdated and useless tutorial could definitely be helpful. It's not that much work to do so i should probably get around that sooner rather than later but that's also why my tutorial is the only one that is directly available from the top link. That's all one should need to click to get started really.
EOF have a huge doc but there's a lot that is aimed toward GH/RB custom which don't really help for people solely looking into RS CDLC. As much as i would love to have a dedicated software for RS specifically, no one made such a tool so far so we make do with what we have. It's also why my tutorial definitely give more detail about the toolkit/DLC Builder aspect of things as that's where things aren't exactly explained and a lot of what goes in EOF are details that are quite situational too so making proper tutorial about it gets even harder.
It helps to be able to have a direct communication with either experience charter or dev of the tools which makes things far more responsive than the forum is for that kind of quick Q&A. I can understand it's not for all though but that does yield better/faster result than the forum.
It happens, just not all that plubicly. I'm behind a small group over discord of a few charter where we use each other for QC before publishing (shout out to @palms46 @Radekore and @Karmeleaux) but i specifically consider who i put into that group based on the quality of what they've done already and i'm fairly certain other people have kinda created their own little bubble here and there so there's definitely people working together, i'd say even more so than 4 years ago cause i haven't really see many sucessfull group on the forum over the years. But that kind of thing is also a workload if you want something that actually stand the test of time. Not that many people can carry that for a long time.