This may not technically be a standard LabVIEW Idea, but it is an idea nonetheless and there is no where else to post this idea in the Idea Exchange Forum and I want get other peoples feedback.
I would like to suggest that sending packages (.ogp, .vip, .vipc files) to NI Support is an acceptable way to submit code for reasons relating to code (support, issues, review help, CARs).
I have had problems sending code and then sending all dependencies as well, along with instructions on where to install etc... (for example here) that was solved once I was able to convince my support AE to install VIPM. It also saved me a lot of time (other I had to rebuild code in order to send it as well etc...)
(IMHO) I think this Idea would compliment NI moves towards establishing it's LabVIEW Compatibility Program (which I am assuming VIPM and OpenG will be covered under)
Additionally there seems to be great acceptance by NI to packages already whereby I have seen NI code in documents/white-papers posted as packages.
I am not looking for NI to support VIPM itself (unless it is covered under the Product Partner Program?) only that I can send a package to NI Support and they will know what to do with it and be able to install it
OpenG would also be required to be installed as well (after all it is the LabVIEW main/only? Open Source movement) (this is free too).
That way I would not have to send large dependencies files (only include my internal package), and then email size would not normally be an issue (although I have used NIs FTP successfully in the past due to large files) but email is nicer.
All this would lead to a more streamlined approach to Support for those developers who rely on packages