Suggestions are welcome. You can put them on the Supervision mailing list if you like. Please bear in mind the design principles laid out in the Guide http://jdebp.eu./Softwares/nosh/guide.html , though.
Bug reports and real world experiences are also welcome, and in fact more interesting. Several recent developments have come from bug reports. The recent changes for the per-user service bundle for gpg-agent came about from a bug report from a person who has a more up-to-date version of gpg-agent than is available on any of my test operating systems, for example. Again, you can use the Supervision mailing list if you like. There is a Roadmap in the WWW blurb http://jdebp.eu./Softwares/nosh/ with some of the items on my own to-do list on it. The to-do list itself has somewhat more on it. Currently, for example, I am further improving the external configuration import, so that /etc/system-control/convert/rc.conf aggregates more stuff on non-BSD systems. Arch users might want to contribute to Archnosh http://repo.or.cz/archnosh.git . Gentoo users might want to contribute to the Gentoo doco https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Nosh and bring it up to the Archnosh level. Debian, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, and TrueOS users note that I supply full package repositories http://jdebp.eu./Softwares/package-repositories.html already. There is no git repository, but the curious can see old source archives via GOPHER or FTP there. The FTP listing is determined by the server's directory order, but they are neatly segregated in the GOPHER menu. It is of course the same repository being served over HTTP, FTP, and GOPHER, this being publicfile. Yes, GOPHER http://email@example.com/msg01657.html . (-: