(I post this in Glyphs Forum (not Github) because it could be also a design-suggestion:)
First of all:
Thank you Mekka for fixing the bug in the Noodler-Plugin.
Also Thank you for setting up all the powerful scripts for Glyphs in the last time.
My first Suggestion:
Is it necessary to implement a ‘Remove Overlap’ action while using “Noodler”?
“Broad-Nibber” and “Verfetten” don’t have this.
My second Suggestion:
I know there are differences between the concept “drawing-outlines(?)” (glyphs, fontlab)
and “drawing-strokes(?)” (f.e. in illustrator).
For me, the last reason to use adobes illustrator is/was his "drawing-stroke" concept; make a sketch, set up the brushes for testing and squeeze the font as much as it have to. Today, we have also a nice set of "Brushes" (Noodler, Verfetten & Broad-Nibber) in Glyphs, and also the possibility to get some kind of "preview" of the strokes (Verfetten Vorschau, show Blackfill). Main: It would be great to have a comfortable workflow for the first parts of design; drawing rough stroked Type/Icons and get preview of the stroke-expands (like drawing concurs in illustrator). Later - for the detail - there is nothing better than using the "outline-method" for Fonts. I know there are the possibilities, but for now its uncomfortable, because of using these different scripts and views.