By checking the github activity, geth seems to fall behind eth. Would love to hear about it's future and maybe something about the why's (likely to be related because it's in golang).
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Ahm, you're looking at the stable branch, that's being frozen for Homestead. Check out the develop branch, we're pushing in commits almost every day.
Edit: Further, the Go team switched over to a much stricter development methodology to prevent any major issues from getting into the main codebase:
Lastly, over the last two months we revamped the entire RPC layer, we enabled adnroid/ios libraries, the light client is almost ready, state trie pruning is also almost ready.