Sadly for us to get access to any of Josh's code to see about bringing it to life, we'd need access to Josh, and that's the same issue we have with getting info on the game and the same issue we have with getting info on refunds. No access, absolutely no engagement from Josh whatsoever.
I gotta admit, the conversation about personal info references constituting doxxing ruffles my feathers a bit. I agree with NonBritGrit's comments and actually find it worrisome that mods would try to remotely tie references to real life, publicly posted and willingly-volunteered info by the persons involved to doxxing. Very very strange to see that level of delusion coming out of leadership here, and it makes me not really want to participate in conversations very much.
Literally the only source of info we have on Josh right now is user-generated, as he's not offering any. Referring to that which he has offered in the past, or info that is publicly available which someone notices, is info. In many ways, by providing that info the people are doing a small amount of what Josh should be doing: Communicating about his status (even in small amounts) which he is not. Whether or not some people find that creepy is irrelevant. If the intent is not malicious it is not doxxing, and should not be treated as poor behavior by mods. If the info is publicly available it is not "disrespecting anyone's privacy" as it is, quite literally by definition, *not* private. And if we're going to be discouraging conversation which is relevant to the developer of the game, then really what's the frakking point anymore?
I'm asking that mods please have some respect for the people here having on-topic discussions, and that if you don't agree it's on topic, you at least consider whether the actions are demonstrably harmful. If they're not, leave us our place to vent and speculate in peace. There's not a lot of happiness, shutting down the bit of info we do have is going to kill what remains. And if I've gotta go looking for tidbits of what Josh is doing at any given time on my own, then there's no real reason for me to come back here. I assume that others feel the same. For those of you who still somehow hold on to the idea that this game is currently in production and viable, well, congratulations, I'm not going to be the one to crush your hopes and dreams, but that doesn't carry over to me, and I (and others) are perfectly entitled to look for info when it is not properly forthcoming from the source who by all rights should be providing it.