Reviewing various WayTools comments, looking for patterns of information. In this case, I see some interesting hints.
More liberty and generality in the keymap editor is already on the wishlist. It’s part of the enhanced infrastructure we’re working on right now in the background.
Wonder what this infrastructure is, of course. And what it means to be working on it "in the background". Maybe just that it isn't being sent to Treg members yet.
These will be built on top of new infrastructure that we need for other reasons. We have a separate code fork we’re testing in background mode right now.
But new infrastructure is wise foundation to deploy for GR since it gives us lots of resources to respond quickly to consumer requests, and makes support easier.These will be built on top of new infrastructure that we need for other reasons.
Some interesting teasers right there - new infrastructure - though not sure what it may refer to (new code in the app and/or the device to handle consumer problems or stuff setup within WayTools?). We testers do have flight recorder. Will this be more elaborate or just easier to scale towards lots of people?
Apparently some of this has to do with "requests" so I'm guessing some of this just gives a better base for adding to later as well.
Also interesting what those "other reasons" may be!
Main thing we’re deciding now is how to manage transition to newest infrastructure code.
So at least some of it has to do with code, but can't tell if it is the app, firmware, or what. Don't have any idea what the issues are for "transitioning".
let’s set up a straw man here and solicit input from emacs users.
New code infrastructure will allow user to map modkeys to hot corners or keys as desired.
With the "straw man" comment, I can't tell what may actually fit in with the prior quotes. But if it is somewhat related, it sounds like part of the "infrastructure" to open up even more customization of keys - which, as it relates to mod keys, really would be nice.
So, lots of unknowns. And lots of potential for interesting things to be in the upcoming update.
I'm really curious about this "code fork" and what it changes. Also how widespread it is. I mean, is it taking a few things in a, hopefully, better direction? Or is it a major rewrite of most of the code to be more efficient, etc?