I thought of this post a few days, but am requesting it anyhow. This weekend I add some content to my site and the saw something was not working anymore in my html elements. After some quick checks it seemed that the post message had changed (or was corrected if this was a bug). I now generated a message it wanted 'object | string' and was getting a list of objects. So easy fix my side.
However, this did put me down a bit. Why again a situation that stuff is pushed. I don't know about others, but in all my programming I don't skip tests. Even with node applications I switch to fixed versions of packages so an installation of a package doesn't trigger updates. When it comes to other site frameworks, e.g. wordpress, even those first get tested before moving it live.
Can it be made that uses can choose to accept and 'update' which effects the APIs with no check or that they can choose to have a test cycle or something even if it was 2 days? I looked after having this issue, but didn't find something where it was said this was changed (maybe I didn't look correctly though).
Just my two cents, don't be wrong, this is still a good framework!