One of the things I like about ClassicPress is that, unlike with WordPress, the community can provide feedback which guides the development. This is done via petitions which the community can create, vote for and comment upon.
There have been changes to how petitions are managed, which Viktor Nagornyy discusses on the ClassicPress blog, Petitions Update â€“ Let Your Voice Be Heard; this change was driven by a change in the software used for petitions.
If you’re using ClassicPress and want to help guide development, visit the petitions forum and create, vote or comment on a petition.
Victor’s post has full details of how the petitions process works.