That sounds great Blackblade and I really rate the fact you've been proactive.
For me the platform would need to be in some format officially recognised by TG which is accessible to Ameno, device and/or decision makers to provide responses. An unofficial site will never be worth its weight for this particular purpose in my view.
I think one of the things Ameno mentioned that really struck a chord with me is that she and the Devs need to make a decision as to whether the Devs spend more time listening to and responding to our queries or actually developing. Ameno said that they had decided that she would answer the queries and feedback ideas so the Devs could actually focus all their efforts on game improvements.
The disconnect for me is that whilst the Devs are certainly putting a lot of time and effort into advancing the game (the results are clear when you look at how much the game has changed in almost 15 years), the improvements cited are very rarely, in my experience, those requested by the community.
TG implements fundamental game changes that are a much bigger overhaul than a lot of our suggestions on a regular basis, so I would submit that certainly there is the developer time to consider implementing some of these changes. If they are not going to be implemented we just want to know why, because we strongly feel that putting some of these changes are the first step to (yeah, I'm really going to say this) making Travian great again.
Whether the response is: 'No we can't do this because of x, y and z,' 'We like these ideas, but we're currently prioritising dev time on a,b and c, so it may be 12-24 months before you see any of these implemented,' or even, 'these suggestions aren't compatible with the T4 platform, but we're hoping to implement some in T5,' any sort of meaningful response would be a first step to show TG are prepared to commence a dialogue.