Deggertsen wrote:So what does it mean when a project gets moved to be an internal project? Does this mean that they are now focusing on it internally or that they have decided to drop the project for now?
It just means that this project was started as a community project, with volunteer developers doing much of the work. But now that it is an "internal project" the work is being done by a group of Church employees. So the project is not very visible to those of us on the outside.
There have clearly been some delays and changes of direction in this project, but there are many indications that the project is being actively worked on at this point. Many people would love to know the details of what and when, but we just have to be patient for now.
Deggertsen wrote:I sincerely hope this is getting top priority internally as I feel that every month we do not have these tools means many many families are not being visited.
I sincerely hope that's not true. Plenty of people consistently did 100% home teaching long before the Internet was even invented. But anything that helps remind people is good, and reducing administrative overhead so that we can focus more on ministering to people is certainly a worthy goal.
Questions that can benefit the larger community should be asked in a public forum, not a private message.