JSesh sources are now distributed through github. You are able to follow the latest development there, and for the most computer-savvy among you, to compile the files for yourself.
This has been going on for a while. But I have very recently decided to take advantage of the issue management system of github. It allows you to follow the latest points which I am working on, and possibly (I need to check) to signal problems and the like.
The /bugs part of the JSesh web site will still be filled and documented, of course. But the issue allows me to document a kind of fine-grained "to-do" list.