Diners Club Connectivity - Update?

It's been over 3 months since Diners Club connectivity stopped working and over a month since we've gotten the last update on either "Known Issue" tread. Can we get an update from Mint on the status of this problem? Is Mint even working on? Is it anywhere in the queue? Is there an ETC? I know I'm not the only one experiencing these problems since 68 people are following the "Diners Club - Online Statements" thread and 43 are following the "Diners Club International (US) Credit Card) thread. I realize that "higher profile" issues may occasionally bump Diners out of the order but there has to be some cut off as to when it can't be ignored anymore.

Can we also get an update on how Mint now plans to import all the transactions (if/when connectivity is restored) greater than 90 days since we've crossed over that mark?

And please don't give me the generic "I know it is frustrating when an account in unable to be updated" response.

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