The CyanogenMod team has announced in a short Google+ post that work on CyanogenMod 10.2 (Android 4.3 Jelly Bean) has started, but no delivery dates have been given.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is Google’s third Jelly Bean version, an update that was officially announced yesterday despite having been discovered for a few months now, and brings several improvements to Jelly Bean.
According to the CyanogenMod team, there’s a “cm-10.2” branch into its “Github” but there are apparently plenty of errors to sort through before going forward. The team advises not to build it yet:
4.3 Status Update #1
All AOSP repositories have been merged into our Github and branched to “cm-10.2”.Do not build it yet. There are a multitude of build errors that we are working through. We will put up another status update when everything has settled down.
We’ll keep you updated on the progress of CM 10.2, but while you wait for this popular custom ROM version to come out we’ll remind you that a stable CM 10.1 version is already available, complete with a couple of security updates (CM 10.1.1 and CM 10.1.2).