I have to go by what the PostNuke site says. PostNuke site says Postnuke ended with version 7.64. This has been clearly listed on the Postnuke site.
there will be no more releases of PostNuke beyond version 0.764
The Postnuke site is very explicit in the information they give on its end. They tell you David Baum made a fork or new rendition based
on Postnuke and it spirals off into its own project
PostNuke started officially in the summer of 2001. After several years of development the PostNuke came to an official end in 2008. The software was always meant to be the stepping stone to better things, namely the "Adam Baum" project which was originally based on a PostNuke version but soon forked in a totally different direction under development for a few years.
The "Adam Baum" project as it was called is what has become Zikula. This is a totally different software from Postnuke as you have found out.
Its like this I never said we would not eventually support Zikula. I have stated I make new integrations in my free time thats all. My time here is spent providing product support and right now we have an open beta of our Pro gallery software. We are also working with the new vb4 project which 40% of our customers use.
Thus with everything on our plate right now we do not have time to look at a brand new integration at this time which is what i said. Thats doesnt mean a few month down the line when our gallery beta is over and vb4 is gold and our workload is back to normal that we will not write some more new integrations.