I don't seem to be running out of ideas when it comes to Talk Safely, and it's certainly grown beyond what I originally envisioned. I think feature creep is beginning to set in -- which takes away from my time in Warcraft and GTA IV (damn you, scripting addiction!) -- but all in all I'm pretty pleased with how it's turning out.

As an aside, I really need to learn how to "pitch". Looking at many of the other mod descriptions and images out there, I can see I'm being overly technical and pedantic. But really, it's my respect for the average mod user that disallows me the luxury of being able to do that. I'm not here to sell things, after all!

As a footnote, I have to say that I really love what the Ace3 team are doing. LibStub is a thing of grand cleverness (if it were a person it'd probably be Ace Rimmer, but hopefully less of a smug bugger), and the framework as a whole is beautifully written and performs well. I have to say that one of the reasons I'm developing mods these days is because of Ace3, and I'm hoping more mod authors will give it a try and see how nifty it is too. Got a good attitude behind 'em, those blokes.