Well, I'm overseeing it in a commercial context myself, and I wouldn't be doing that myself if I weren't happy with it, but that's where some leverage for the current activity is coming from, things that over time we've identified that need to be done. I do appreciate the kind words; any craftsman appreciates knowing his work was worth the effort.
In other news, there are now 23 items in total outstanding for the tracker, which barring the short period of time back last January where we were spamming it with a feature list of things to be done, is the shortest it's ever been. As such, I think I can say that 1.1 is going to be one hell of a release, and possibly a little more capable than the official list of things that's in it would have indicated
And I should also point out that virtually every item on the tracker is a feature rather than a bug to be fixed - the only bugs are incomplete or as-yet-unimplemented features at this point rather than actual bugs.
I'm not going to give a timescale for this though, for the obvious reason - some of the things in the tracker that are incomplete or not yet started are sufficiently non trivial to resolve that I can't and won't quote on a timescale, other than 'when it's done', which should be 'soon'.