Post all firmware versions, and list them as "stable", "early release", "general release", etc
Then list all known issues for each version, and then as fixes occur in later versions, go back and note which firmware version fixes the issue.
Installing firmware updates for me has been problematic at best lately, and seems to be the case for many other users. If we knew which firmware releases were "stable" we wouldnt have to hop-scotch through versions to find something reliable. Yes, we can read the release notes, but it seems as though new issues crop up with every new version that is supposed to fix something else.
I'd really like to be able to make informed decisions on which firmware releases I should be using, especially in business/critical environemnts. That's nearly impossible to do with the current firmware release model of "oh, here's a new version...use it".
Most other vendors have something along these lines.
ALSO: It would be AMAZING if we could have the ability to choose this in the OS as well, because then we could skip all the nonsense .x updates and go directly from Stable Release A to Stable Release B
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