I don’t think anyone else has requested this yet – I think it would be really cool to have battery-powered smart lights for seldom-lit areas like closets which need occasional light for a few minutes at a time. Obviously, these kinds of lights wouldn’t be feasible for primary sources of lighting, but electrical wiring can be intimidating and/or expensive, so a lot of people may benefit from a battery-powered solution that’s easy to mount, easy to integrate with Google/Alexa, easy to integrate with Wyze motion sensors, etc.
There are already a some similar lights on the market that can be controlled with remotes. (These, for example: https://www.amazon.com/GE-38559-Wireless-Controlled-Operated/dp/B07821D483) With the use of a bridge or hub, it seems like it should be possible to make something similar that integrates into a smart-home system. (Perhaps using the existing bridge for Wyze Sense, or whatever’s being developed for the outdoor cameras)
If this gets developed, I also think magnetic mounting would be an awesome idea for something like this. It would make it really easy to take down and recharge when the time comes.