Skip new features for next release and focus only on bug fixes and speed issues
Focus only on bug fixes and performance will make a big announce to professional community !
Not only it will help adobe to gain back the trust with all users, it will send a strong message to the industry.
A lot of people are switching to other software, the time that took dev teams to fixes all the bugs is too long. On Premiere working on a advanced project that is longer than 8/10 minutes seems impossible now...
Many influencer and creative people are switching to Resolve as it gets better and better... as Phillip Bloom and others...
I think that fixes bugs and improve stability will be the smartest move to do... I received many email with PDF from adobe saying Client is the most valuable asset of a company... You should definitely apply this politics to your creative software.
Otherwise we will be force again to learn a new software, we moved from Final Cut 7 to Premiere, don't you think that we can all move from Premiere to Resolve ?
If Premiere is more stable may be some regular production company working on Avid would have a look too...
Message from old Adobe fan...
Will Dano commented
Clement Batifoulier commented
please support is you share the same idea :)