I think that with Armory there is currently a big problem:
--------------> A lot of people is asking for some features in the forum, then every some days, in the news section appears a new rendering feature, that is unrelated with the petitions. So developers are indeed working, but not in features that the users need the most.
I think that this could be a solution:
This example is with Unreal Engine, but I think Armory could also have one.
It is a Trello roadmap. In this roadpmap the community votes which feature they need/want most. So developers can know what feature the community wants first, and they can focus on implementing it in the first place.
This good for both developers and users. Because the users who use the engine are the ones who obtain their features democratically. I mean, If most people wants one thing, most people achieve that thing. This benefits the majority, which redunts in a higher user base.
Is this a good idea? What do you think? I think this could boost the usability of the Armory engine.