Single doctrinal unit/ability adjustments are part of the upcoming commander patch.
Those discussions should not be moderated. Determining which individual units/abilities need attention is just as important as global commander rework suggestions.
Those fit better into a more specialized and focused "OKW/OST/XYZ Commander rework" thread. Otherwise we'd potentially have multiple independent discussions about units/abilities across different factions which makes it horribly hard to follow. These discussions then tend to provide almost no benefit.
My aim with this thread was to give people here on the site an opportunity to voice their wishes in the hopes that you and the others on the balance team see if it aligns with what is currently planned. Which - apparently - seems to work to a certain extend. Yes, it will get outdated rather quickly, but that is actually intended: Get a quick and concise overview of WHAT the players want. The exact implementation will be up for changes anyway.
As GachiGasm said, it would be great if at some point we could get an idea of what we can expect from the patch. The last patch that focused on commanders got us new ones (won't be the case this time) and 2 reworks per faction. What is the planned scope at the moment? Are potentially all commanders up for debate? Or is it already planned if there will be a limit at some point? You guys obviously also have a life so if some things just eat to much time, everyone can understand if they will be neglected. But some indication of what is (currently) the scope would be nice, even if it will change later down the line.
It would also make sense to somewhat guide the community discussion. If we already know now that the resources are vastly limited, discussion should focus more around the most glaring issues and the most promising benefits and less on if a certain ability/unit should get a minor price buff/nerf or similars. If however it is at least momentarily planned to include such changes as well, then they should obviously be included in the discussion.
But starting the "big" discussion makes more sense when we everyone goes in with the right expectations. It would not only reduce salt and frustration by the community, but probably also help you guys to better scan for feedback and ideas.