I'm going to say the same thing I've said before - there has not been anything specific requested that can't already be done. As I asked above - is there something
specific you are looking for that Graffiti doesn't provide? Scalability and communities are not specific requests.
The only way something is going to get done is if there is a specific request and someone has the time/need to implement that request. All of those platforms you mention have significant money getting poured into them. Graffiti has zero. Because of this,
the only thing that has been driving enhancements to it has been the needs of the developers (and there's only about 3 of us that are active contributors).
If your company wants to use Graffiti for something that it doesn't support, the first thing you need to do is request it. The second thing you
should do is implement the change you are looking for (or hire someone to implement it) and commit it as a patch to the project. An open source project with zero money and just a couple of contributors is not going to move forward in the
way that you want. I'd love to make Graffiti into a true competitor to the Wordpresses and Orchards in the world, but I have to do the work for my paying clients first. And I'm sure the other contributors to Graffiti are in the same boat.