Well, I was never able to get UMA version 2.9 to compile into an assembly. I reached out to the UMA dev team and they said that the error I was getting was due to a bug and that it's fixed in UMA 2.10. So I upgraded and was able to get it to compile without any problems.
Unfortunately, UMA 2.10 requires .NET 4.0... so that won't work with DFU at the moment.
I won't let that stop me from developing, though. I'll keep working with UMA 2.9, then upgrade it to 2.10 once DFU gets upgraded to Unity 2019.4 LTS and .NET4.7.1.
Most of the work of this mod will be clothing/hair models and animations anyhow, so I probably wouldn't have enough assets to release a mod until late Spring anyway.
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Awesome news, Mason. Thanks for keeping us posted. So you’ll have to do some waiting to share it with others but it sounds like this is still a very feasible project. I’ll be paying attention!