Iiik Nothing against a common Usage/Editors category, but when the main discussion area for a specific tool is here, then a lot of traffic might be generated in future.
What I’m afraid of, is, that this forum will then be flooded with tool specific questions and the ‘Top’, ‘Latest’ and ‘News’ buttons become worthless for ‘real’ Julia subjects. (I searched for possibilities in discourse to filter out categories in Top/Latest/News but couldn’t find something).
As David mentioned we shouldn’t forget other tools/editors. We will see about Atom. But at present there are also people who use Vim, Sublime, Emacs, Eclipse? and of course VS Code. Maybe all such tool-related discussions could be centralized in a separate discourse instance? In the R universe there is e.g. a specific ESS help mailling list and RStudio has its own forum (but some centralization would be good imho)
What about a more light way connection: e.g. a link in the ‘top frame’ of this discourse instance that links to the Juno forum (or to other general/specific Julia related tool fora)?
[Edit: I like the Tooling name. - If it’s about the burden to maintain a separate Juno discourse instance, then it’s a different matter. I appreciate Juno/their work a lot]