So here's my thoughts. If Custom code is such a cornerstone of Hubitat's success and it's encouraged, I believe if Hubitat is going to benefit from that functionality, there should be some responsibility on their end to help moderate it. If the developers don't want to help Hubitat with some kind of certification program, then they shouldn't be allowed to publish code in Hubitat's forum community. Post it on your own site. This would cut down on Hubitat's support calls for custom code going bad.
Having "Releases" published in the community on Hubitat forum gives it a sense of legitimacy that it's "ok" to run on your hub. I just don't see how you can have it both ways, advertise you can run custom code and benefit from the developers and the community "buzz" for being able to do so, but then also washing your hands of any responsibility of the problems the code could present.
I run very little custom code, so this doesn't affect me very much. I'm trying to advocate for a better system than, "here you can do this, but your on your own" but yet you can take advantage of the "buzz" around the platform.
There should be a better way. I like having the ability of using custom code, but there should be something in place to govern it if there isn't going to be any development for hub metrics or health monitoring.