I understand that, but I think it is particularly disappointing and frankly, disrespectful, when other developers are involved. Calling us out on twitter and saying that it'd make too much sense for us to keep our dependencies updated, when in actual fact we have good reason (and there are easily solutions available) as @LMS explained above, is ignorant and disrespectful.
We are happy to make fixes where necessary. We have already committed to a fairly substantial API update to leverage the new features in LSPDFR 0.4, and we're here only a day after release answering questions and offering solutions.
With LSPDFR 0.4 the API received a few minor changes in terms of the Persona class, which might require recompilation on your end. While there are not many new additions to the API just yet, we hope to change that soon with our next minor update. We ask you to bear with us for a little bit longer before we expand our API functionalities.
As for additions for newly introduced 0.4 features, we ask you to provide some feedback here in the thread on what you would like to see. We have showcased scenarios in one of our announcements and still plan to make the available shortly. In short, a scenario takes over control during a chase or a traffic stop to provide unique behavior. During a scenario, it has full control over all entities. Another useful addition will probably be frisking and the ability to place items on peds, that can then be found, much like we had it in LCPDFR.
Thanks for your patience and all the work you have done.