In my use case, I am not storing code, I am storing commands for various command line interfaces that I need to remember...hence they are notes.
What is important to remember is that the platform should not discriminate the use case, but should instead provide the tools and let the users decide how to implement and use case...From what I have read in the few forums I have peaked at today it seems like people suggest the features and "Super Gurus" come in and dissect the request or act as fire control.
Consider my upvote and comment as my form of "super support!" to help promote this feature by providing the developers some context. The other thing I am noticing is that new features seem to be slow to rollout. I looked into this same feature request nearly two years ago and there is still nothing on it. Yes, Evernote moved to the cloud this last year, a change that users cannot see upfront but takes time away from dev, but two years is a long time to wait on a feature.
In this quote, alone, this indicates how fast the industry moves...
The CEO's latest note seems all fluff, with no particular features highlighted that are rolling down the pipeline. Even in the first few comments, someone posted that it seemed very fluffy.
Implement new features, stop using 'Super gurus' to silence user requests, and actually invest back into the product, or I'll be on the bus out like this guy above.