Is the WGA strike over?

I know its not directly comic related, but bear with me, as this has a major impact on comics movies. Michael Eisner (formerly of Disney fame) has told IESB that the writer's strike is over. Basically, a deal was reached last Friday, and now its just a matter of proliferating the terms to everyone. No word on what concessions were made to what side, but I'm sure that as the day progresses more and more details will spill out. "A deal has been made, and they'll be back to work very soon," Eisner said, adding, "I know a deal's been made. I know it's over." If this is true (and I don't know why Eisner would make this up), it means that tons of movies with halted production will move forward. Justice League may get the much needed script rewrite sooner than later, Transformers 2 can stay on track to start production in June, and G.I. Joe can get going as well. Awesome. WGA strike over?