Honestly, not really
I know it is hard to imagine, but currently there are almost 200 open issues only on github (while anoek has his own personal list of issues and new features) and new ones coming up constantly. We are a free service with a single “full-time” (and take this term lightly) developer.
The issue is known, but rarely comes up on forums or in reports, just because it is super uncommon for users to leave the scoring phase untouched once they entered it. (It seems that you too only encountered the problem recently, even though it has been present for so long). Hence the priority is actually not that high…
And I don’t mean that to be disagreeable or anything, I feel quite similarly about some other issues (which are maybe even more pressing) just trying to illustrate the situation. Any complicated software developement is super time consuming. And the lesser problems (while still problems) just need to wait until the bigger ones are fixed, while still introducing some new features to keep the whole thing modern, users happy and interested… It is not so easy as it may seem at first.