I just posted four years ago, so I'll try to keep this brief.
I'm now using Fedora 17 although two versions behind the current 19. No matter, Linux is now stable and feature-full outside of the GNOME GUI which we abandoned a year or two ago in favor of XFCE.
Although I rarely update Cream, I still regularly build gVim installers for Windows. I hope to get Cream 0.44 out the door shortly with some bug fixes and features I've added for myself that others may be interested in. Wow, 43 releases to date.
The big news is that I've founded SteveHallArchitecture and have devoted my professional endeavors to architecture that is both beautiful and efficient. In a way, this is the very same philosophy as my approach to Cream: simple, yet elegant.