I'll add that the saber sound landscape is getting increasingly crowded these days. The major incumbents have huge networks of affiliates which has the side effect of creating places online where only certain branded products can be sold (and in some cases even be discussed). They'll be mostly fine no matter what thanks to gaining, IMO, a well deserved loyal following having been around for years and gaining that brand recognition.
The open source boards are relatively new, powerful, flexible, and sold for little or no profit by a few enthusiastic engineers and programmers who are just doing it mostly to have a bit of fun. (It's kind of like a garage mechanic who builds/restores a muscle car in his spare time.) I am proud to count myself among those few with the skill-set and the will to engage in the open-source stuff, however we all have day jobs and families and our own projects going on, as JBKuma said. That's why you may find difficulty finding any takers. It's not that your project sounds at all unworthy. Personally, I think it sounds cool. It's just that those with the skills you seek are already applied (and in some cases over-applied) on other projects.
I do wish you the very best, though. I don't want to be negative or discouraging. I really like it when new players enter the game especially when they start talking about new open platforms. That's where I like to play, but unfortunately I only have so much recess time, so to speak, and I'm not alone in that.