Development on CleanSheets is still on hold, but the project continues to receive attention.
The software company Ektasis uses CleanSheets to showcase their ek://Framework.
Peter Sestoft, Information Technology professor at the IT University of Copenhagen cited CleanSheets in his September report "A Spreadsheet Core Implementation in C#".
Softpedia has tested the new version of CleanSheets and found it worthy of their 100% Free Award.
"Your product "CleanSheets 1.4b" has been tested by the Softpedia labs and found to be completely clean of adware/spyware components. We are impressed with the quality of your product and encourage you to keep this high standards in the future."
CleanSheets hit 500 downloads yesterday, less than two months from its initial release. I must say that I am a bit surprised by the amount of interest in the project at this early stage.