I hesitated long and hard before submitting this as an issue, but the way I view it, it qualifies as one.
It's been 2 months since the last update of Virtualmin, and, also, 2 months since Joe wrote in the forum that Debian 10 support should be announced "in a day or two" ( https://www.virtualmin.com/node/67528 ).
And since then? Nothing. No communication at all. Even though we talk about a distribution that's not an LTS and has, all things considered, a life cycle that's not that long.
It's been long enough that some members are expressing worries in the forums, has something happened, is the Virtualmin team facing problems that hinder their work? Has there been reasons the Debian 10 compatibility is still not there even though the distribution was released in early July, six months ago?
Decisions have to be put off. Investments, perhaps.
So, yes, I'm filing a ticket for this: dear Virtualmin team, I don't ask that you publish a Debian 10 compatible version at once, I simply, politely, recommend that you COMMUNICATE.
Let us know, is there an ETA, can we hope to have it before a certain time period, has there been issues going on behind the scene (and come on, if there are, we don't require private details, and our sympathy is already evident, but let us know there's something and we'll stop being anxious), or is it simply that new issues keep on being discovered or you can't help it that they must be fixed first, or perhaps are you yourselves depending on a third party's horribly late contributions.... who knows. So, yes, please, do let us know in the forums, I can assure you lots of people, also in the admin community, are growing very worried, while a few words from a member of the team would be enough to fix that situation :)
Good day to you, btw!