Is that such a bad thing? There cannot be much sense to expending time and money on a soon terminated version. Better to direct resources solely to ESDR3.
ESDR2 had a timeline that was always somewhat elastic, stretching out to some unknown point. Whereas we know that ESDR3 starts with long awaited functions. That may not be until Q1 2021 but then I did not see ESDR2 development being any faster than that anyway.
There is much potential in ESDR3 and I personally hope Roman will answer Jason similarly to the above.