Agreed, with the following caveats:
- Stable vs Experimental builds on Gargoyle are a pretty loose terminology. As all the development efforts are focussed on the latest branch (always experimental) it often becomes more stable than the previous stable branch pretty quickly.
- The latest (unofficial) release 1.11.x is already available and based on Openwrt 18.06
Gargoyle does have a problem with a lack of regular releases/development. I have personally decided to fix this, and have taken over the active development.
The one thing I can’t do is trigger an official release. I’ve spoken with the project lead and asked him to trigger it recently, I’m just waiting for him to have some spare time.
Once 1.11.0 (official) is out, I intend to then work on what will be 19.01 branch as our 1.13.x, and move 1.11.0 to 1.12.0 by July next year.
Again, these timeframes are kind of loose because I can’t trigger an official release. But I can always provide the latest unofficial builds.
This is even further off topic, so if you want more info, come visit us at the Gargoyle forums, or send me a PM and we can discuss further.