Maybe having fewer roadmap updates might give some more flexibility when it comes to announcements, allowing more time to plan out changes to future releases before making them public, so we don't get too many roadmaps with minor updates. The current system of a fortnightly roadmap update seems too frequent with not enough new announcements to get excited about, also meaning the streams aren't as informative because you're only talking in regards to two weeks worth of work, often repeating things said similarly on previous streams. New system could involve renaming roadmap updates to e.g. the January Roadmap, February Roadmap etc. Updates could be expected on the second Tuesday of every month for example. Lastly, we can't really trust "if it's not on the roadmap..." anymore because there's obviously work going on behind the scenes that you can't announce (which is understandable). Maybe focus the roadmap solely on updates, bug fixes and the progress of 'upcoming' releases (projects that are set in stone and are guaranteed for release, so we don't become disappointed if the project scope is reduced or if development gets pushed back).