For context about "when will the devs implement X":
Development happens when somebody who knows enough code makes the necessary changes in Unas's in-progress version of the code. Unas can then approve the changes, say changes need to made to the changes, or reject them all. Development is currently slow because:
a) There are very few developers.
b) I have been extremely busy. AAO has become a relatively low priority for me. Hence, I haven't been developing much, and that's a huge loss for the developers.
c) Even when something does get submitted, Unas is slow to get it accepted because he is also busy.
d) Even when something does get accepted, Unas is slow to get it onto the site because he is also busy.
I expect that after this semester, I will have much more time to put into AAO, which will alleviate one obstacle. But as AAM said, AAO development is a long-term game at the moment!
[D]isordered speech is not so much injury to the lips that give it forth, as to the disproportion and incoherence of things in themselves, so negligently expressed. ~ Ben Jonson
Current AAO Development Priority: Issue #94: Grayscale Mode