I had an ok couple of weeks. Some quality of life is improved, the UI should save sessions a bit quicker, and the database repairs itself more of itself.
Your client may warn you about a missing index on first boot. If it does, that's great--some new repair code is working!
Some users with large sessions (typically around 2-3+ million 'weight') are experiencing severe UI lockups and general lag. This week I deal with part of that problem by greatly reducing the amount of CPU needed to save most sessions. Now pages know if they have been changed since being loaded, and if they have no changes, they can skip a bunch of session save work.