I don't hate him, but he is pissing me off now. He keeps making the same mistakes again and again and diving headfirst into things he knows will cause drama from previous experience, even when people advise him against it. He isn't doing the things he should be doing if he wants to be a respected developer in the future.
If this continues, he may end up to be a very toxic thorn in the side of this community in a few years, even if that's not what he's trying to do.
I understand being young and full of ideas you can't follow through on because you lack the skills needed, and wanting to copy others that you've seen have success, but at a certain point you need to either start showing some maturity or quit the scene entirely; at least until you understand more about coding and project management, and maybe have some smaller, private projects under your belt that don't just run, but run well.
This needs to be less about showing off and playing with the big boys, and more about making quality contributions to the community without promising things you can't deliver on, or feeding the trolls.
And actually, only part of this is about LC, which I barely even remember now. Most of it is about the Any Audio drama you've caused, and the projects you keep starting and abandoning seemingly just for show, since they are nearly all done from existing source with few changes.
I respect your perseverance, but after a while you need to think about why everyone seems to have a problem with you. It can't all just be assholes trying to bring you down if it keeps happening, so it must be at least partly your own actions causing it. That's when you think about what you need to change, and then see if the opinions of the non trolls change with you.
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Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...