Since we created the stack repo at the end of April, a tremendous amount of work has been done very rapidly. Now that Stack has a suite of features that make it excellent for most common use cases, it's a good time to step back and work on improving the code-base to make future enhancements easier and more reliable. We'll do one or two new releases, and then enter a stabilization phase. In particular, this will include:

During this period, minor pull requests with code cleanup, optimization, and additional tests will be gladly accepted, but please hold off on new features.

Some ways you can help:

During this period, pull requests with new features are unlikely to be merged, so probably best to hold off to avoid a bunch of bitrotted PRs.

Some things we're working on before beginning the stabilization phase:

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