I'm considering creating & using a word in presentation: "feedbackable".
This is in a software engineering context. One way for a code change to be highly feedbackable, is, for example, if it will be used by a lot of people, and so if there's feedback from users (or technology, e.g. overloaded server), it is more likely to be given. No feedback for a highly feedbackable change, i.e. no complaints, would also be deemed a form of feedback. Specifically, no complaints for a highly feedbackable change would give high confidence that the change didn't make things worse.
A code change that is less feedbackable could, for example, only be run by few people, or in some limited context.
An example sentence:
You should make small changes, but make them as feedbackable as possible, in order to reduce risk.
Is this clear? Is there a better word or way of saying this?