Most of the feature set is in including support for webkit projects, Native C, etc so that you can use an ant buildscript set with most of the stuff already in place. The last step is the dashboard and I have some interesting choices.
I could choose Groovy Jetty, Grails, RoR, TurboGears, Django, Symfony, etc. But at this point since I will be making use of Android SDK monkeyrunner which is in python, it makes sense to go with a python base such as Django or TurboGears. Than if I virtualenv and virtualenv wrap it makes it real damn easy to keep environments straight while at the same time having the dashboard live a a child project right in the app project directory which means it can serve a double purpose of being the project notes.
Later on I may make a refactoring of the ant stuff into python modules but for right now is very good progress as I will have a 0.0.1 release that only took 7 days of dev time while I was doing other stuff, not bad. For those poking around in Wabash, the Checkstyle, PMD, and android.pro(proguard config) files are 85% finished and you are welcomed to downloading them and re-purposing them. For beginners wait until I have a good set of instructions.