Ah, inflamed passions of (can't be youth) hmmmmm.
It is an orphan technology.
It has been disavowed by the core developers.
It is closed source.
It is over.
It may take a long time to fall down, but it is inevitable.
It may outlive me, hanging on, being supported by people such as yourself. If you can make a living on it, great, no argument.
But there is finite dwindling number of companies that use it. There may be an occasional new company, as an OS/2 person goes from one to another, but there is no mindshare, no public pushing, no advertising of any realistic amount that could make a difference, no serious possibility of future expansion of usage.
As each next generation of hardware comes out every few years, there is less and less of a chance that it will run on it. So the possibility for running on new gear dwindles.