Well just in time for Christmas the folks at wordpress.org have released WordPress 3.8. It offers a whole new admin dashboard experience and bundled theme. As far as semiologic compatibility everything still is working just fine. There is one issue regarding the visual editor not working correctly due to tinymce addon updates needed. I will be releasing a version of sem-fixes that drops the tinymce enhancement and instead will just defer to the TinyMCE Advanced plugin to deal with release to release compatibility issues.
As the folks at Automattic have decided to push new WordPress releases more frequently, trying to keep up as a WordPress theme and plugin author is quite a task. WP 3.7 dropped a few weeks ago but now WP 3.8 is targeted for December 12th. Performing compatibility testing against 3.7 only to jump right back into testing against 3.8 isn't making much sense to me. As WP 3.7 really doesn't buy anything but an automatic update feature and some bug fixes (though 3000+ remain open), we're just going to focus on WP 3.8 instead. 3.8 introduces new widget administration, new admin ui and a variety of other features.
Yes, yet another WordPress release and the need to test all plugins and the theme for compatibility. It is probably best as a WordPress user to let this 3.7 soak for a little bit. There is already a 3.7.1 release getting pushed out to fix things 3.7 broke. Now that WP supports automatic updates it will be interesting to see how frequently releases get pushed. This will be an interesting test case release.