Due to the non-compliance and defiance of a select few we were forced into the position of having to publish what was previously an unwritten understanding of what the minimum expectations for a community remaster were, further to that publishing further non-compliant/defiant behavior took place when we had asked some remasters to be "brought up to spec".
The above behavior along with the fact would eventually have to "make room" for our 64bit releases, the development team undertook an audit of all community remasters, to ensure they still matched the current remaster guidelines, some for the time being have been removed from the list on this basis.
The exclusion of Phoenix from the list is exactly that, an exclusion to a list - it was not the only one excluded, nor does the exclusion of Phoenix on that list affect support for current installs, there may be a delay for further work to be done to bring it inline with the remastering guidelines as there is lot happening behind the scenes here at PCLinxusOS , including the new more transparent testing section that all users can now observe and join in with if they wish.
the crux of the matter is that a very few individuals not respecting the requests of the development team and not accepting offers to help them bring there iso's "up to standard" have placed all the community iso's under observation.
thanks for reading and I trust this settles all queries in regard to this matter .