I have created a new repository on Github for the most recent development version of WP-Members. If you are interested in following WP-Members changes and updates, as well as using the bleeding edge version, please checkout https://github.com/rocketgeek/wp-members-dev.
Note that the changes in the repo may not always be stable (although general testing is usually done prior to committing changes), so it may not always be appropriate for a production site. But it will give you something you can run on a development site to keep up with the most recent development of WP-Members.
If you are testing the development version and discover a bug, please report it through the repo. Also note that this repo does accept pull requests, so if you’ve discovered a bug and developed a fix, you can submit a pull request.
With regards to pull requests for features, please note that I do not accept every feature request that comes along. I get a lot of well intentioned suggestions for features that unfortunately just do not fit the mainstream of the plugin. If I don’t accept a pull request with a feature update, that doesn’t mean your idea was bad or I didn’t like it. It just means that it probably should remain outside the plugin as a possible customization using filters and/or actions. In other words, it’s more appropriate as a customization.
I definitely need alpha and beta testers on the dev version. So if you’re inclined to use bleeding edge development versions, please use the WP-Members Development version and let me know how it’s working out for you.