We have also improved the UI making it much cleaner and easier to follow. One feature of this new UI is a page that allows the user to choose, when first visiting a new site, whether to use their public OpenID (http://openid.aol.com/<username>) or an opaque one. Of course, this choice isn't necessary if the user provides the relying party their full OpenID or the relying party specifically requests an opaque identifier (via PAPE policy). I'd really appreciate feedback on whether this "privacy" feature is helpful to users or just adds more confusion.
In addition to the existing SREG support, the same attributes will be supported via Attribute exchange. There is equivalent support for the http://axschema.org URIs but only partial support for the Information Card URIs as there weren't direct equivalents for all of the attributes. Here is what is currently supported.
Suggestions or requests for specific attributes are always welcome. One point of clarification regarding email addresses and verification. The current implementation defaults the email address to the user's AOL provided email address but does allow the user to change the value returned to the relying party.
While there is still a lot to do, it feels really good to finally reach this milestone.