Nope, it's still being developed.
There's a couple of indicators for the health and status of XFCE:
https://mail.xfce.org/mailman/listinfo/xfce-announce The announce mailing list is for stable and development releases. For example, http://mail.xfce.org/pipermail/xfce-ann … /date.html shows that parole, xfce4-mailwatch-plugin, and xfce4-equake-plugin had releases in October.
Next, there's http://git.xfce.org/ which can quickly show you the last time a component had an update somewhere in it's code; be it a push to the master branch for the next release, a maintenance push to one of the stable branches, a push to a feature branch that may be included in the future, or translators improving and updating their stuff.
Finally there's https://www.ohloh.net/orgs/xfce which should be a decent dashboard for some of the XFCE components, it doesn't appear to have everything on there, but it does have the main components.
Hope this helps.
Is XFCE no longer developed ? Because it missed it release date for 4.12 on 2013-03-10 Very said because I might have to switch to KDE or other environment now.
Why? Is XFCE not working adequately for you at present? Waiting for a fix to a bug that you are experiencing and afraid that the fix will not appear at some point in the future?
Things are working pretty good here, BtW....