I've just uploaded version 3.20 of StickMount to the Play store, which should start redistributing it in a few hours.
I've just uploaded version 2.66 of CF.lumen to the Play store, which should start redistributing it in a few hours. If you're impatient you can grab the APK right now from the XDA thread here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2711912
This took a few hours more than I had hoped, because it's both the first firmware on a new Android version as well as 64-bit. While there have been 64-bit builds of the SuperSU binary for a while now, they were untested until now, and unsurprisingly there were a few (minor) issues to fix before it worked properly.
I'm throwing the 2.17 BETA version out there for you all to enjoy. As usual the flashable ZIP can be pulled from my server, the link is in the box below.
Yesterday I released v2.16 as beta, but today I decided I'm updating it to stable-ish. Everyone can download and flash it from my own server, but for now on Play it's only being rolled out to the people who already received v2.14 in the past week. It is a staged rollout, so not everyone is getting it through Play yet.
Easily launch apps you sideloaded to your Android TV
I just pushed an update to CF.lumen to Play, updating it to v2.60. It will take a few hours to become available to everyone from Play, or you can grab the APK from the XDA thread right now.
Just pushed a minor update to 500 Firepaper (v2.30), to better tailor it to Android TV. It was already working before if you force installed it, but now it has the right size icons, the proper theme, and a lot of options removed.
Molly also has an OTA available to LPX13D. It only took me a couple of hours to get my ADT-1 to actually accept it. As with the new Nexus 5 and 7 previews, this device needs a modified kernel for root.
As promised, here are some more details about the current situation.