I said this many times but... I strongly recommend that you create your own releases. This is what we have been doing for years...
Our company also does this for years, although we don't have a fixed schedule. We pull GWT from trunk if we think there are enough commits worth doing so, then apply some custom patches and use it for our projects. Usually we check http://build.gwtproject.org for builds that passed all tests and choose one of the corresponding commits to build our custom GWT from. This check could also be automated because of Jenkins REST API.
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