This came up on the linux-kernel mailing list in a side thread, and I have since had a few people ask me about this on IRC, so I'd like to just consolidate all of the questions here into one thread.
I no longer run openSUSE Tumbleweed on my main machines as it is not useful to me anymore.
This is not to say that I am no longer maintaining Tumbleweed, thanks to the magic of obs, I am able to keep it up to date just fine by using the obs command line tools from any Linux distro. In fact, most of all of the updates in the past 6 months have been made from a server running Gentoo :)
But what this does mean is while I keep checking to see if I made any _major_ mistakes with it, by keeping a virtual machine up to date, and a spare laptop working with it, I am much less likely to notice any problems that occur when running the distro.
So, what's my future plans with it? I don't know. I can keep on keeping it up to date as-is, which seems to work as I haven't had any complaints in the past 3-4 months, as no one seems to have noticed...
Ideally, Tumbleweed will die with the use of Factory in its place. Factory is a great goal, and one that I really want to see happen, as it fits into my working model (constantly updating stable distro), but from what I have been told, it's just not quite there yet.