I like the introduce function but i have a case where i feel like this functionality is being way too greedy.
I have many devices of mix types like android, linux, windows etc. So naturally I use one my device as intoruducer everytime I add a new device whic happens frequently through out the year.
Lets say I got a new tablet, and I use the introducer which introduces 20 other devices since this introducer is one of the centrail figures in my network and it actually deals all the shares. Now when I use the intorudcer to add new devices (20 in this case) It is helpful but in all that 20 devices I only use 10 devices so the rest of the 10 devices are useless to me for the time being. Now it is all good until now. The issue arises when i fire up syncthing, add the folders and put the device online. My device starts getting way too chatty even with the devices that I am not share anything with. It is in constant contact with all 20 devices where I only need 10. This is no good for cpu and battery life in general.
The main issue is that i cant delete the nodes from the list because it is served by another introducer. So my proposal is that we should have one dynamic introducer (like the current state of things) and one static introducer where the introducer introduces only one time and does not force what the other device as on the list from that one.