I hope nobody thinks I'm being a dick by pointing this out, but I can't help but feel that Ludei's recent return to action + blog post comes as too little too late: an entirely reactive response that speaks of scrambling rather than genuinely giving a damn about this community. You need only look at ludei's forum posting history to get a sense of the real issues (try comparing it to IntelRobert's or some of the other Intel team members). I've moved forward with XDK, and I'm very impressed by how far it's come since I last needed something mobile. CocoonJS was the best option that many of us had, but then they dropped the ball: no updates, vague responses to important questions, broken plugin, that open source thing that we all got so excited about.
I was a firm supporter of CJS but only because they were the best option at a stage. I hope then that they manage to catch up and surpass the competition, but only because I want to see the final packaging and distribution parts of Construct simplified. For now, I'll hold off on returning to CJS until they actually do the things we've been asking about for ages. As always, actions speak far louder than words. Not to downplay the improvements that CJS has made over time, but there's still a long way to go. I do hope that we'll get there.
My thoughts exactly (except for being a supporter of them, I always preferred long and mid term solutions than working things for 6 month max without breaking), however, I would maybe say that ludei could start a new thread "your experience with cocoonJS" here on the forums, the same way the crosswalk one is working, so people could complain and report bugs in the good place, and ludei would be able to track them down.
I am thinking of this for the users' that have chosen cocoonJS sake, they would be able to see if this is only eyecandy or if there are real results, since it has not been really worth the time in the past due to severe breaking and lack of support.