I have repeatedly wondered what other users think about the current functionality and usefulness of the feedback center.
Looking at it, it seems that some options do not work (at least for my account):
so it is not easy to filter previous suggestions.
Moreover, the status of many suggestions is not rated or stale for a long time. Currently, two of the most voted items are marked as "Put on hold" and "Postponed" (this one originally submitted in 2006), so it is not clear if they are still considered for inclusion.
I know that in the meantime, AmiBroker has introduced many other significant improvements, including the adoption of this forum to communicate better and support customers.
However, I still think that it is probably time to reassess the feedback center's usefulness.
Furthermore, it seems that some of the recent improvements and additions to the software have somehow been generated by discussions in this forum (see QuickGfx, internet functions, etc.) rather than by requests posted in the feedback center.
For this reason, I like the idea of creating a new forum section for "suggestions".
In such a way, the proposals will be immediately exposed to all the active users of this community.
We could easily comment on other people ideas, vote them with likes, and also get direct feedback from the leading developer (@Tomasz) about features that are potential candidates for inclusion in a future release versus the ones that are not suitable (like the ones useful only for few users, unfeasible, too big to implement, etc.).
(Valuable ideas could then be inserted by the developer in a public, more functional, web based backlog for further reference and tracking).
Just my 2c.