- They are on github.
- They seem dedicated. Meaning, the information on their homepage sounds like they thought this through.
- Not much has happened yet, they only forked TrueCrypt.
- There is only a pre-alpha version available, which I won't touch.
- They do not have any licensing information at all.
- Longterm Plans are a bit fuzzy, according to their wiki they want to
- According to the author in this thread, VeraCrypt was first published on June 22nd 2013, so it has already aged a bit.
- In fixing some of the security flaws in TC, they break backwards-compatibility. There is a conversion tool available.
- They are on CodePlex and the software is under Microsoft Public License.
- Binaries are available for download, cross-platform.
- Most relevant longterm plan is the ability to encrypt Windows system partitions/drives on UEFI-based computers (GPT).
So. If you have additional information, let me know in comments or by eMail. I am rattled beyond my usual level of confusion as to what I should do. Currently, I will probably give the VeraCrypt binaries a test ride on some machine.