Your Wiki is what I used to install webCoRE (before your changes) and I had absolutely zero problems. I also loved the video. It was extremely useful in showing the capabilities of the editor.
I have programmed in BASIC and have been using oldCoRE (I guess that what you would call it) for awhile now so the transition was not difficult at all. The ability to write pistons on my laptop and not my phone is a godsend. It is so much faster and easier on my old eyes. I have only wrote a few pistons so far to try and control a 2nd harmony hub using the google home and it was a pleasure to use.
I will be moving into a new residence within the next few months and will then make extensive use of webCoRE. Over the years, my current installation has become very fragmented and the new home will be a great time to re-write the entire home automation. I was also considering upgrading to the V2 hub but still can’t justify the change.
Being that I can backup all of my pistons, I am going to try and use webCoRE for as much of my new automations as possible. I imagine that the V1 hub will give up the ghost at some point so the backup will come in handy.
I truly appreciate ALL OF THE HARD WORK that everyone has done. Without ady writing webCoRE, you documenting it and others sharing their webCoRE pistons, home automation on Smartthings would be much more difficult.