It's been an amazing ride for Oh myPosh, but the time has come to step it up a notch. Developers nowadays no longer stick to one shell/language, they are all tools we use to solve a certain problem. The same needs to apply to Oh my Posh. It's time to adjust to that philosophy. That's why this version of Oh my Posh is entering maintenance mode while I'm working hard on getting V3 out of the door. Given that V3 is entirely different under the hood, it's hosted separately for now. From a user perspective, it should give the same experience out-of-the-box, with the added advantage that custom themes are a first class, no code citizen.