We are wrapping up work on our next patch and hope to be submitting to Nintendo in the next day or two.
To those questioning our ability to get these out quicker, please understand that there is a process to this. Fixes have to be implemented by various people in the studio (all teams, not just the Wii U team), brought over to the Wii U, then tested thoroughly before the update can go to Nintendo. At that point, Nintendo spends time testing it on their end before releasing the patch to you.
Once Nintendo supplies us with a date that we can expect the patch to go live, I will publish another update. Sometimes they give us a few days warning, sometimes they give us a few hours warning. I will do the best I can to get you the information you are asking for in a timely manner.
Thank you for letting us know. Knowing SOMETHING is valuable. I don't care if it's stating you have nothing to report or telling us you ran over a cat the other day. Communication is key and helps limit the countless threads you have to scroll through. It also puts people like me in their place who can't fathom what the hell takes so long. Thank you for describing your process.