How do you see the role of community developers in the future of SmartThings?
Why is there no local access to the hub? Why does everything have to go to the cloud?
Why is there no local networking support? No UDP, broken TCP. Images have to route to S3. Limited to HTTP responses only. This limits so many integrations with other existing home automation products
Can you walk us through the QA process for app and platform releases?
Which mobile device do you use? Android or iOS?
Can you explain the reason behind the single biggest and marketed feature of hub v2, local processing, but how at launch, no community devicetypes or smartapps will work locally? What will work locally?
Will you provide any way for community developers to monetize or at least protect our code without going through the insanely slow review process? For example, allowing encrypted device types and smartapps in public, but the private keys are always kept by SmartThings.
Is the future for SmartThings going to always rely on the cloud, or are you guys planning a local ONLY hub for non-connected automation?
Did you see any of the feedback from the community prior to the release of the new app? Why was most of it ignored and only now, after release and bad public reviews and problems will it change?
Why is there no tablet support?
Why is there no desktop App?
Why is the “dashboard” essentially empty in the mobile app now, and not even remotely close to what anyone else in this space calls a dashboard?
Why is there no 2 step authentication for the IDE?
Why is there no SMS code validation for login on the mobile apps?
Why is so much kept from the community of developers? Incomplete documentation, no access to solutions, no access to engineers. If you market this as an Open Platform, shouldn’t these things be more accessible?
What do you see as SmartThings biggest competition?
What was the first thing you bought after the Samsung Acquisition ?
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?