It was updated yesterday with 0.9.15.
Just a warning to anyone who might try it.
This repo breaks 32bit compatibility on 64-bit systems, so things like Skype (and certain non-64-bit-precompiled games) won't work.
Also it's a pain in the ass to rollback. You need to download the changed packages from packages.ubuntu.com and manually 'downgrade' them using dpkg --force-all
After testing PA 0.9.14 (from Jaunty) in Kubuntu with KDE 4.2 I can say now everything works great!
It is easy to configure 5.1 or 7.1 sound channels.
It is easy to mix/send/recive audio from different sound cards, using virtual devices.
Per-application volume controls.
Easy to play sound through a network to another PC's speakers.
It is great!
Now I know that I hate so much dmix. The sound quality with that is worse compared to any other OS.
Kubuntu should include PA by default in Karmic. Mandriva, Fedora, openSUSE and many others have PA by default, not only with GNOME, but also with KDE.