Not exactly the same, but is the distributed database of GSD interfaces described as supported in "A new concept in collaborative development" actually up and running at all like it's promised?who promised you what?
I thought you were reading the developer forums (at least you post there)? We are spending much effort into getting this running and documenting the process. There was a call for testers, too.
I wish you would realize that it is hard work to enable features for users. I have no problem spending evenings and weekends to improve our all experience with LMCE, but your redundant posts ignoring the information in the forum and wiki does not help here.
Who promised me that? The wiki to which I linked, in no uncertain terms. Now, it might not be delivering. Or, it might be delivering only at great effort, including yours. But this is a feature request
I'm really getting annoyed at your attacks on my merely asking status questions in forums where that's perfectly appropriate without requiring some development input. I've been putting good amounts of time into improving this project myself, despite having to wait for 0710 (that was promised for a delivery that's about 150% overdue, with no update from the developers who promised its deadline would be met). I have to wait because its current bugs, mainly in jukebox operation, prevent me from using it in my primary use case, and the opacity of the development project prevents me from helping fix it (unknown buggy source files, plus redundancy of effort since leaked details say the fixes are already done, but not released as the whole project is not yet complete). So in the meantime I test what I can, post bug reports, help discuss technical issues, test and clean up the wiki.
And ask questions on non-developer forums. Which sometimes get me talked into starting some actual development where I can. Including on GSD - I'm exploring feasibility of adding Perl to GSD scripting support, just like you badgered me into.
But asking a question brings no obligation for correcting an unsatisfactory answer. Either from me, the questioner, or even you, a developer. Especially when I'm not demanding you do anything, nor even asking in a development list where I should be a developer for posting.
So get off my back already. This is an open source project. We're all doing what we can to help. Your attacks are just discouraging, while I'm trying to help.