With another mksh release out, and the first feedback (actually a patch with explanation – naaina ported it to the newly released QNX 6.4, 10x) already in, I would like to request user feedback if mksh compiles okay for them, the regression test suite results, and if it does its job – especially on the more obscure platforms. Current plans for R36b are mere portability and bug fixes, and maybe some more of the Syllable, Plan 9 or Haiku issues touched if someone does it.
On the other hand, I'm really glad I get feedback, even patches from people I've never heard of beforehand, which even touch documentation as it should be. One had the luck of adding a feature that had been, independently, requested in IRC mere days beforehand. You're welcome ;)
Thanks to all users as well, we cracked the 100 in Debian popcon a few days ago (102), even though it's down a tad right now, to 94.
Plans are to get promoted to Arch Linux Community from AUR, included into Mac OSX, Minix, pkgsrc® (as bootstrap shell) and QNX by default, and the usual world domination in general. Hey, I'm fixing dietlibc bugs on Launchpad now, so low I've sunk, so gimme some rest.