WordPress and Woocommerce apps should both use Woo Varnish by default
My suggestion is that all WordPress apps use the Woocommerce Varnish by default.
This way there's no risk of a user installing a normal WordPress app and later installing Woocommerce on it, only to find out that their cart is broken because of Varnish.
Here is why:
I found out that the WordPress app uses a unique Varnish and the Woocommerce app uses it's own unique Varnish.
I ran into a problem with a WordPress app that I later decided to install Woocommerce on. Once I did, the normal wp Varnish did not support Woocommerce and it broke my cart functionality. I had to make a new Woocommerce app and migrate my site over there so it could use the Woocommerce Varnish.
The support team told me that Woocommerce Varnish would also work for a plain WordPress app without Woocommerce.
Seems obvious; why hasn't this been implemented, or at least warned about in the UI when the woo commerce plugin is installed on a plain wp install?
I host my WordPress sites as a "PHP Stack" application (because it fits my deployment workflow better) - I'd like to be able to apply the WordPress Varnish rules to them too.