The differences between Roadhouse, Streams, and Zap have now become significant enough that we can no longer merge cleanly between them, so it's time for a hard fork.
For those who have any interest in this topic, Roadhouse now represents the future of multicode, and Streams represents the future of the Nomad protocol. Both of these projects are considered highly experimental and not yet recommended for general use.
Zap is still the recommended public facing project and the Zap engine still powers Osada, Mistpark, and Redmatrix.
Cloning and migration are fully supported between all six of these projects, including the experimental forks.
One of the first major changes will be to remove composer modules from the Roadhouse and Streams repositories. So if you are using one of these projects, you will soon be forced to run 'composer install' to load external dependencies. You should only need to do this once. A "composer update" or "composer update --no-dev" will be added to the update scripts, but you may need to do it manually if you upgrade directly via git commands. This change will likely happen this week, so that's what to do if you encounter problems. Folks using Zap and other projects powered by the Zap engine can safely ignore all of this.