Instead of just talking about the planned 3.0 release of Piranha CMS I'd like to step back and talk about the product lifecycle, how past choices affect the present and try to give a clear roadmap on the future of Piranha CMS.
I'll admit it, I'm a startup person. I'm the guy that thrives on new challenges and who loves setting the fundament and architecture for new projects. The reason for this is simple - it's in the beginning of a project that you can evalute everything you've learned and all that's happened to technology up to that point. Once you get started the scope is set, and you have to accept to play within the given rules, even if you've set them yourself.