Find-the-command asks update every day/repo is archived

Hey there!

My question is two-fold, and is concerning find-the-command utility in fish shell.

  1. Lastly (prob 2-3 months or so), this command started asking me A LOT about updating repositories, basically every day. This wasn't happening before, and the repos update was maybe once a week. Anyone experiencing the same, and is there a way to make updates less often? Example:
find-the-command: "c" is not found locally, searching in repositories...
find-the-command: /var/cache/pkgfile/*.files are out of date, update? [Y/n] Y
[sudo] password for boris:
:: Updating 7 repos...
download complete: DEB_Arch_Extra       [     7,6 KiB  43,8K/s  6 remaining]
download complete: multilib             [   242,1 KiB   534K/s  5 remaining]
download complete: core                 [  1015,2 KiB  1625K/s  4 remaining]
download complete: garuda               [   267,3 KiB   354K/s  3 remaining]
download complete: extra                [    10,4 MiB  4,05M/s  2 remaining]
download complete: community            [    28,1 MiB  4,37M/s  1 remaining]
  1. It seems that this whole project is gone for good since I found that the repository is archived by the owner with him saying that this tool is poorly written and he hopefully intends to make a new one. Is it still considered main-line Garuda tool, and should it be replaced for something else since the death of the repo?

Thanks!

System:
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Garuda (2.6.14-1):
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How often do you update? I usually have to update after updating my system.

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Ah, I see!
I update nowadays almost daily, so this might be a reason

Haha, but you are right about the utility its being rewritten.

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