PostSharp 6.2 comes just 2 months after the release of PostSharp 6.1. This, for us, is in itself a significant achievement. The previous release took 9 months to complete, and the second previous 12 months. This was clearly too slow to react to decreasing predictability (and quality, unfortunately) of Microsoft developer product plans and previews. We changed our release management and git branching strategy to cope with this reality. We now merge features to a release branch only when they are fully stable, tested and documented. This is why we could swiftly react to Microsoft's decision not to release C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0 together with Visual Studio 2019, although we've had started to work on these features as well.
Our topmost objective is to maintain a very high quality of the stable release of our product. Our second priority is to keep the ability to release support for new framework versions quickly after they are released by Microsoft, without being hindered by the lack of maturity of other in-progress and in-preview features.
Therefore, you can now look forward for more frequent, smaller releases.