Note that I'm not referring to general feature requests, but specifically to Community Requests, i.e. What features did the Community Team discuss, have implemented, or have denied last month?.
In the most recent update, posted in November 2017:
We’ve always known that we have some technical debt that would eventually require payment; work on Teams has revealed that the extent of this debt reaches quite a bit further than we hoped. As integrating [Teams] requires us to dig into every system supporting and surrounding Q&A, we’d like to ensure that we don’t add anything else to the pile while we get things sorted out. To that, we’re going to be putting a freeze on all new features while we start paying off some interest.
Note that this doesn’t include work on testing the new ask question templates or bugs that surface while we straighten out some messes - those sorts of things will still get the attention that they need. What we can’t do is introduce any new complexity into what we’re currently sorting out, which involves quite a bit of things both supporting and surrounding our core Q&A product.
We appreciate your patience during this period, and we’ll update you again as soon as we have a better ETA on when we’ll be able to start scheduling new features.
One year later, how much of said "interest" has been "paid off"? I believe most of the dust on Teams has settled. Also, is there a better ETA on scheduling the several new features listed in the "Punted" list there, or to requests that are in the internal queue and up for discussion by the Community Team, such as Don't mark migrations as "rejected" if they were closed long after migration?