But in the last week or two, several folks have asked for updates and new installations, and my "I should get coding again!" bits have been tingling.
This week I had a great meeting with the Arisia registration head, and she and I hammered out a schedule of updates for the next release. I have about a month to implement a bunch of new features - most of which have been burbling in my head for a while, but it's time to get them coded and released.
There's been some nice input from other events (some far away, some local) interested in using CONGO, and my path to general release is pretty well established. Having said that, the current code is pretty solid, with documentation, installation instructions, and support available. Want to run it? Let me know, I love testers.
Anyway - code is being checked in and features are slowly getting done. It feels good.