There has been a slight shift in the roadmap of Psi. While the only goal of 0.11 was to port it to Qt4 (do i hear a booooring somewhere?), we decided to make 0.11 also fully XMPP-compliant. We therefore merged the current ‘next generation’ branch (which amongst others supports privacy lists) with the mainline development branch. A consequence of this is that other features were pulled into mainline as well (yay!), so it’s not unacceptable to start looking forward to the next release.
Fixing the remaining Qt4 issues still continues as before, but we now have to finish the last few privacy list missingnesses, and integrate the new version of Iris when it supports XMPP-1.0. While Iris and QCA development is progressing fast, Psi development will be on a lower pace the following weeks (yes, some of us have other things to do like writing PhD texts etc.). We hope to have the time to do a coding sprint in June and finish up 0.11. For the people following our NG branch: this branch is now obsolete, and will be reset to the mainline branch soon.