After releasing version 2.5, I don't intend spending much more time in wajig. I want to learn CPython code in earnest, you know fixing bugs, improving documentation, increasing test coverage. I've already started with that, and some of my work has been committed, but am not satisfied yet. There's still a few bugs I want to work, blog posts to read, videos to watch... I suspect doing this is one good way towards being a decent developer.
This doesn't mean I will abandon wajig of course. It means I intend to keep it on maintenance mode (i.e. fixing bugs). I will even work on an odd feature request (there aren't many of those). But one thing I might work on:
For the work I did in the past working on wajig, have a look at its tag. Off the top of my head:
And over 700 commits later, I am glad.