[quote=“Anomareh”]I think that’d be a pretty silly idea. The thing UserEcho does best is just giving a rough idea of the most wanted features. Other than that it has VERY bad visibility for any suggestions or requests not on the first few pages, especially with completed requests not being removed. Getting that rough idea seems to be about the only thing UserEcho does well.
Aside from that it seems quite a few poor design decisions were made and it’s not all that useful as a full time replacement for this forum. They could learn quite a few things from the StackExchange platform. Seems quite odd as it appears they were trying to directly rip it off in the first place. Perhaps they decide to make some dumb design decisions so it didn’t seem like a 100% copy.[/quote]
Tracking feature requests with UserEcho is, imho, in total contrast with the quality of SublimeText editor.
Why not using proper issue tracker?
Let me also say that I’d be much happier with mailing list than forums, but it seems that new generation is in love with having everything in browser.