I'm happy to announce that we've just released Seam 2.0.0.CR3. (download it) As you can see from the release notes, we've been rather busy the last few weeks. Most of the changes since CR2 are documentation and test related, but we've also been busy fixing bugs, upgrading dependencies and making sure that JBossTools and Seam 2.0 work together.
Since I posted that Seam was now available in Maven, both Michael Yuan and Wesley Hales have blogged about creating a Seam project with Maven, including automagically setting up Tomcat with JBoss Embedded (cool, huh!) and deploying the project to it.
Here's a quick overview of a feature I've been wanting to add to Seam for ages. It's really easy to use - just create a standard SeamTest and inside the invokeApplication() call getRenderedMailMessage(viewIdOfMailMessageToRender). You can then make assertion's against the returned MimeMessage.