I totally agree with what you said.
Hella_Hell I do understand what you mean but I also think it's not the point that wanted to get across through this post:
There's proper communication channels (Forum, Website, Discord, Facebook, Twitter), using only one of those, which happens to be -obviously- the less seen makes you wonder what that post is aiming for, and what the Staff of this game is looking for/expecting.
From a logical point of view, if I'm hiring/looking for GMs, I do want the most of the people I can to see it, cause it'd mean that a major amount of people can see it, which, obviously, implies that I'll have more chances to find a good candidate for the role I am looking people for.
It was indeed mentioned in another topic that they were looking for people willing to apply for the GM role, without disclosing any information about where to apply, or even stating that there was a form in order to apply.
As much as I can understand that a person willing to become a GM should check everywhere, it's not a treasure hunt, let's assume that you have a shop, and you are in need to hire (otherwise you wouldn't, cause it'd be a loss of money), you would put an announcement in a visible spot, that wont be istantly overwhelmed by other papers, probably put aswell on a newspaper, cause you want it to have as much visibility as possible.
Sorry for the long essay about it.
And to properly comment what has been stated above in the topic. I'm kind of puzzled about the actual lack of communication in this period, I feel like I know nothing about whats happening to the game. Or see at least proper answers to what people ask for, I do understand that not everything can be said, that's crystal clear, but it's unthinkable to know nothing about how a process such as selecting the staff takes so long (while we dont even know why, being busy is generic, isn't it?) or leaving us hanging on a thread saying "soon".
Please, reinforce the communication with the community, we are not only players, but also customers that support/supported the game. Doing half hearted things (from the way I see it), isn't going to improve the relationship with us (players/customers/supporters) and makes me (or us?) question the way the game is seen not only by the staff, but also the company itself.
Sorry again for the long reply, once again.