Some rather big changes that happened to the plugin:
- Added failOnWarning and failAfterWarning
- Tons of updates to ESLint, Mocha (the current testing suite, as of writing), Acorn, and Vinyl
- and heaps more (this was a big PR for some of the changes done up on the fork)
In February of 2021, I wanted to start to reshape the tool on a fundamental basis by rewriting the plugin in TypeScript and refactoring code to be easily understandable by others. Since then, I've been in talks with numerous other developers and decided to ultimately detach myself from the old fork to create not only a better interface with Gulp for ESLint but to possibly make a better tool than ESLint and Gulp as a whole. These hopes and dreams are far into the future, but (were) planned nevertheless.
Over time, I grew a victim to the same issue as the original package: it became something I didn't need anymore with my move to other languages and better solutions. Since I didn't need it anymore, I didn't maintain it anymore. To this day, it continues to rot with its dreams of being written entirely in TypeScript.