it might be useful to open modules or portions and then expand as you gain confidence in stomping out exploits.
That's a good idea, but I'm not sure hubski is really modular enough (yet). We could publish sets of functions, but I doubt anyone would do more than glance at it, until we release enough to run the app. Which is basically everything. Hubski is only like 15k lines of code.
It might also be handy to add a "dev" user that y'all can follow
A tag might be better suited than a user. I think we all follow #bugski. Maybe we should complement that with #devski or something. But yeah, for our side of posting things, I think hubski serves that purpose.