Yeah, I'd love to come back to this but I'm really busy and it's unlikely I will have time for this any time soon (with that I mean many months, if not years). The .NET script hook is just way more popular and I don't believe we can catch up with them in terms of utility functions, stability, etc. which would be a requirement for higher popularity. One has to understand that I need to work on other projects I can make a living out of.
In general, however, this project has demonstrated that scripts can run concurrently in Python without the complexity added by multi-threading (although it is of course still possible to do that when really needed). Hopefully, the more popular script hooks come back to this idea.
Edit: Oh, and of course the built-in dependency management. That is really, really neat! To other script hook devs: Copy that!