Man, well you know that's generally been a safe guess here on /site/ anyway. I think I won't bother buying any lottery tickets soon.
Not here. Good luck with your game of pony thrones.>>11516
It fit his pattern, and the part about disliking others working on it was aggressively off the mark. I've had good experiences working with most of the others I've developed with.
It is true I rejected some patches that weren't fully up to par from someone. Some of the patches I did refine and merge later. The work wasn't discussed with me beforehand so I wasn't able to provide feedback early as the work was being done when it would be easiest to address and before the problems compounded. I find it disingenuous how some have chalked that up to that I just don't like working with people since then.
After that I did make efforts to reach out to work more closely together, I've fleshed out the documentation on the codebase, and made the codebase use automated code testing tools that anyone could use while developing so many problems could be spotted locally as they work instead of having the problems only be found by the maintainer after they send a completed patch over.