Eh, don't think it really shut anyone up. The points were valid, lack of communication and no clear direction for the future. A lot of us have retooled our development process to include Webflow and we want to make sure it is worth our time and money going forward.
I for one, hope it doesn't try to compete with WordPress on any level because it can't. It would take away complete focus from the product while trying to be a full fledged CMS platform. Client based management options would be a great feature, but thinking that it's going to compete with WordPress is a bit unrealistic.
It's good to hear from the developers on a regular basis to ensure that things are moving forward. Lately the blog is just filled with articles that aren't related to Webflow as a product at all. If I want design and career advice I have plenty of blogs and news outlets I can turn to.
Hopefully August brings some good news.