I sort of thought this was the feedback
I attended the LDS Tech conference several weeks ago and the feeling I got from them is that this forum was as good if not better for feedback on website/tools/applications. Not only do we get to hash out the pros and cons of a suggestion as a community, but the developers can then see all the responses and suggestions about a particular issue/request in one place.
Just my 2 cents about flexibility in who is called as a website administrator or any other calling... whether a particular calling has access to do one thing or another on LDS.org (and it's many new and wonderful tools) shouldn't be a part of whether a particular calling can be extended to one person or another. Isn't that up to the Lord to decide and inspire the bishop or other priesthood leader on who should be called?
I've read several posts tonight about the work required of clerks to keep keep the map correct, and if verifying who lives in what particular house on the map has nothing to do with the membership record, why not allow other website administrative type duties to be done by a ward website administrator. Let the clerk verify the address and other membership record information as they should, but let the website administrator keep stuff on the website up to date that isn't specific to MLS or other membership record databases. With the changes in Directory, Calendar, etc. on LDS.org, the Ward Website Administrator has fewer and fewer responsibilities. Why not give a few back to him with some of the new tools rather than put those new responsibilities on Clerks? Just one website administrators suggestion... (always looking for ways to magnify my calling, and that gets more challenging with fewer things to administrate)