Hikari has a good point.
I wanted to pay attention to CipherShed because of what it promised when TC died, but after coming back to the site looking for news time and again, I concluded that this project will eventually die or be marginalized. I started using VeraCrypt when I realized that and have been happy with it.
CipherShed needs to create something that fans of TrueCrypt (and encryption in general) can easily follow. Right now there is the CipherShed, TCNext, etc.
You need one name, and you need to be on social media with regular updates and news. Without it, like I said before in essentially all my posts so far, the project will be marginalized or die.
I've been using and following TC for a decade. After I saw that no new updates were made I made a comment on their forum that if they don't plan on supporting TC they should just kill it... Funny enough that's what happened within a couple of months after my comment. I'm not saying I influenced them, but I am saying it was the right decision if they didn't plan on supporting it. Instead of leading their fans and users on, they did the right thing and ended it.
This project should do the same thing. Either get your crap together in terms of community engagement, close shop, or start working with VeraCrypt.