Here's a quick thought that's been bugging me for a month or two now. What's happened with the ColdFusion updater?
Checking Wikipedia, the update history for ColdFusion 10 is as follows:
2012-May-15: Adobe ColdFusion 10 (build 10,0,0,282462)
2012-August-31: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 1 (build 10,0,0,282462)
2012-September-11: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 2 (build 10,0,0,283111)
2012-October-16: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 3 (build 10,0,3,283145)
2012-November-02: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 4 (build 10,0,4,283281)
2012-November-19: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 5 (build 10,0,5,283319)
2012-December-11: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 6 (build 10,0,6,283435)
2013-January-15: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 7 (build 10,0,7,283649)
2013-February-27: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 8 (build 10,0,8,284032)
2013-Apr-10: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 9 (build 10,0,9,284568)
2013-May-14: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 10 (build 10,0,10,284825)
2013-July-09: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 11 (build 10,0,11,285437)
2013-November-12: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 12 (build 10,0,12,286680)
2014-January-10: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Update 13 (build 10,0,13,287689)
So there's a steady stream of updates and hotfixes there, up until Jan this year. Then nothing for over six months now. And it's not as if there's no bugs to fix in ColdFusion 10. I posted some analysis of "significant" ColdFusion 10 bugs a while back: "What should Adobe be retro-fitting into ColdFusion 10? Here's a potential list", and there's a reasonable case that Adobe should be dripping out fixes from that list (or similar) pretty much constantly. But nothing.
Some will leap to Adobe's defence saying "but they were busy working on ColdFusion 11", sorry but we oughtn't give a shit. Life goes on, and we've already paid for ColdFusion 10, so they should be making good on the bill of goods they're already sold us before prioritising the next thing they expect us to buy.
I also think by now there ought to have been a few hotfixes for ColdFusion 11... it's not short in the bug / half-finished department either.
So what's going on, Adobe?