Sadly, as seems to be the norm with Netduino, rather than getting something working first, it's perpetually stuck in the adding features and expanding scope phase without ever finishing the original features.
Chris, you're obviously aware this isn't the first time your ETA's have been laughable, ridiculously optimistic. Your original post on this topic is from January, saying releases every 2 weeks. It's no almost June and there has still only been one. You say there have been internal ones, but why make the fortnightly releases claim unless you're actually going to release them? Not to mention you again make the couple of weeks call on 30th April and again... no release, and in those 5 months, other than adding Wifi we'll get an IP and MAC address. At this rate sending actual traffic is years away
I think it's fair to say your existing users want reliable networking on existing hardware. We don't want a wifi stack for hardware we don't have, we want our existing hardware to work the way it was supposed too.
Honestly, this is probably my last post here. I'll be walking away from the Netduino community and hardware as it's now obvious you guys can't deliver on promises (The modules for the GO are probably the biggest example of this) and rather than working on promised hardware and updates instead would rather spend time on shiny new stuff (the Netduino 3).
Yes, some of this is problems with NETMF (which I'll also be avoiding) but none of the projects I've ever tried on the Netduino have ever been able to run long term. If you want your devices at the center of IOT then they need to be reliable, and not take years after release to get there