I've neglected SubSonic for far too long, and it's time for me to wear my hair shirt. For me, this means making a concerted effort on something that ranks with being forced to watch holiday jewelry ads, Clockwork Orange style, on my list of least favorite things to do. However, it's the best way to pay my penance, and bring some substance to Rob's recent assertion. :)
I've started the process with Revision 217, which is, for the most part a code formatting clean up. Given the fact that properly documenting the code base requires touching almost every file, I'm trying to do frequent check-ins so as to avoid code merge hell.
The next pass is to get GhostDoc stubs in throughout the code base, (with whatever goofy auto generated comments it may produce) so that the overall comment and line counts are stabilized as quickly as possible and the current generated documentation stops looking like one big sea of red. Finally, I'll be doing a pass over the entire collection ensuring that everything is completely and accurately annotated.
To stay sane, I'm still be attacking work items in the process, so make sure that any outstanding bugs you've discovered have made it onto CodePlex, to be included in our well-documented 2.0.4 release. Sorry, no date commitment yet...