@micmc Nothing I'm afraid. This is where I hit the wall sometimes, it's a so-near, yet so-far problem.
IMHO Cloudron is a couple more full-time staff short to keep up with the needs of app packaging and maintenance.
I have a list of a good dozen or so that would yield so much value for Cloudron.
Many of them you can base a service business on, which for me is the ultimate goal, for Cloudron to be a tool to solve needs, both for the Admins and many more clients that just need apps, security and confidence in their consultant.
I'm doing what I can my end, but the reality is still that Cloudron making things "easier" is not just "easy enough" still. Otherwise we'd have thousands of all the best FOSS apps.
I feel like a chef in a 5-star hotel that can cook almost anything, but unless fresh ingredients get delivered, everyone will be eating the same stuff for a very long time.
I've see a lot of entertainment apps go live in the meantime, but not so much on the money-making and saving stuff.
Best I can suggest is what I do, focus on making business successes, that can then sponsor and nurture developers, that can then maybe get extra time on top of that to package new apps.
IMHO The Selenium tests are an unnecessary blocker too. I'd rather see an app go live as unstable, and then the tests written based on those that show the most daily usage from the stats gathered.
Voting on App Wishlist posts seems arbitrary too - again, I'd rather just see them as unstable and then let the usage stats and feedback guide what needs attention priority.
Sorry, you did ask