Half of our development team is on a trip to China. As a result it's all up to me for the moment.
On the v2.0 development front it are interesting times: 'polish-and-get-the-thing-out-of-the-door-time';
We've added a lot of new features to the software, and as always aimed for a good implementation for each of these features - but right now I'm in 'user mode'. Working with the software, and looking at it with my user's hat on (in stead of my developer's hat). When it all comes together, and you start combining stuff in usable scenario's, you always bump unto things that need polishing.
This means some more development work, but it is rewarding. It allows me to get to know the software better, learn to think more about how it should actually work, improve - and tune it.
I plan on releasing v2.0 around the 14th of december - and it's looking good, both the timing and the software!