An open source project is no small task (as I'm sure many people reading can testify!), so if you have time to help us out, tell us what we're doing wrong (or right!), identify and replicate the issues that might exist, or to chime in on the IRC channel or one of our mailing lists, then please do so. I am not sure I know what I should be doing with all this, but I suspect that, as usual, the community knows and gentle nudging will occur. Thanks to you all :)
As of a few days ago, and following Chris' post, I am now the proud owner of an open source project. These things don't build themselves and whenever I look at the project as it stands, I'm blown away by what Chris has built over these years, and I can only thank him for that (he's not vanishing, just stepping away from the big-picture tasks).