Oh yes, for sure, that was not meant as a fault of Bubble. As I’ve touched on in many different threads on the topic, there a plenty of reasons that Bubblers do not want to showcase their apps on Bubble, and there are many reasons that some would want to.
For me personally, I don’t showcase my apps on here for various reasons. And I fully respect that others don’t as well.
Which brings up another train of thought, should Bubble be concerned by users (such as myself) who do not wish to showcase their apps as Bubble apps? I might be too small of a fish in the sea for Bubble to reach out to me specifically to inquire what my reasons are. But, We, who say that “yes, those pages usually are being held up. But surely there are a plethora of extremely successful, large scale SaaS applications built on Bubble’s framework” what are we basing that on? I certainly hope that it is so, but I’m also aware I’m making a pretty big assumption. If my goal was to become a web standard, I would be concerned by it (I think). Of course, here again, I don’t have all of the facts, and Bubble probably have all this worked out, but I find it an interesting thought experiment.
Edit: I think this is a horse that can be kept running for as long as people like to engage and discuss a topic that has a huge impact on people’s Bubble businesses, don’t you think? There’s always the option to not click on the thread if you don’t wish to be bothered