Thanks, I’ve not time to spend on persuading the developers and the community. I’ve already spent time creating the feature request AND describing the use-cases AND answering in the thread AND paying the subscription. By asking me to spend even more time to persuade someone to improve the product in obvious ways, you further devalue my time and make me feel miserable - because everyone would feel miserable if asked to prove obvious things and beg to implement trivial things in a product they are paying for.
Just for reference, is it really such a giant effort to turn one text label into an input and save it in user profile? Really?
It is literally that much work. Somehow it needs votes to convert a piece of text into an input and takes months and months of discussion.
… and by saying this:
feel free to contribute some code yourself
you indirectly agree that if done, it would be accepted into the codebase; so by this you confirm there is no need to collect enough votes, and all is needed is will, and a few hours of work.
It might of course take a few weeks rather than a few hours if you need to create a task in your task manager, then poker-plan the task, then let agile manager assign it to someone, then test it, then write 20 unit tests for it, then have QA engineers check it, then deploy it, then finally it’s there. If that’s the way things are accomplished by the Bitwarden dev team, then yes it is much more involving than a few hours single-person work, and yes it needs to collect enough votes before going that far.