Dorico needs a terminal CLI. For example: I prefer to do my music engraving on computer A while compiling the track stems (currently WAV files but I prefer the availability of FLAC in the future, saving bunch of spaces and compilation time) on computer B (so I can do other setups during the long compilation time).
Currently, I have to do all these things by using GUI operations, including those operations done through Apple Remote desktop. This wastes a hell lot of time and is really inefficient if compiling stems for lengthy large orchestral ensembles. The most efficient way is to provide a similar experience like Linux / Unix / macOS devs do: Allowing user to auto-compile track stems through terminal (including Windows Terminal, the WSL) commands. In such case, user can use SSH to do the command on computer A to compile on computer B… plus the auto conversion** of wav files to FLAC + auto-moving them to a folder shared in local intranet.
** the auto conversion is done by user-written bash / zsh / fish script, utilizing FFMPEG.
If doing this CLI, users may use options to set the output audio bit depth and sample rate to the stem files written.