I prepared an announce for svg.org that I'll post when Amaya is released.
I haven't currently much time to fix the remaining bugs. I think the
more important now is to complete the documentation  so that it will
be ready for the next release. If there is someone among the
contributors who wants to do this work, my technical report  (in
French) may help.
> Great! :-)
> I'd suggest posting a similar message into the Yahoo! SVG Developers
> group , possibly stating the beta status of these features, in
> order to increase visibility and (potentially) gather more beta
> testers to help stabilizing the features before the release.
> When the next official version of Amaya is released, I'd also suggest
> making a shorter posting into svg.org , as the news are also
> syndicated by the W3 SVG graphics portal  - again, to help
> increasing visibility. ;-)
> Congratulations for all the great Amaya improvements, with special
> focus on the (somehow new) SVG features. Amaya isn't yet as fully
> featured as other SVG-specific authoring tools (such as Inkscape ,
> for example), but its (X)HTML+SVG integration and (limited) support
> for SMIL animation are surely powerful features which deserve more
> visibility to the SVG community. :-) By the way, this integration
> isn't stated anywhere within the message and, being a pretty specific
> feature (which I'd risk saying Amaya is innovative at while being
> both a viewer and an editor), I'd say that this deserved to be
> highlighted in release notes and/or in Amaya announcements.
> Helder Magalhães
>  http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/svg-developers/ >  http://www.svg.org/ >  http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/ >  http://www.inkscape.org/