If you believe Bob's presentation, he'll make the first new release of Clarion.Net for the last 5 years, within the next 2 weeks. Do you believe it?
In any event, it's a half-arsed half-finished product, which without the level of template support of Clarion/32 isn't of much use or interest to anyone. Microsoft give .Net compilers away for free. Why would you purchase a barely (if at all) supported one from SV, the only possible benefit of which is that you can hand code using the antiquated Clarion language? Without a proper set of shipping templates and a code generator on par with Clarion/32, it'll never go anywhere.
My guess is that the Russians are no longer involved, and Diego simply doesn't have the time to get up to speed and do something with it.
If anybody else has other opinions, let's hear them!