It isn't very much. I've been expecting larger earthquakes for some time now. This miserably slow rate doesn't completely blow my hypothesis, since there are many unknown factors at play. This M3.2 and partner extend the thrust zone down a little bit. Since I don't know where the injection points are, this could be interesting if there is fluid flow down the whole length of the fault.
Other than that, we just have to wait for the larger quakes. Even though it is very cold, I am sure new f-waste has arrived. Natural gas prices have doubled and everybody and their dog are fracking.