Ethin, you don't just climb up a potential latter of devs until you reach the top dev. That's not how advocating works unless you're dealing with political advocacy, and that's a huge can of worms I'd rather not try to open.
The fact is, I don't expect results at all, and realistically I suppose you shouldn't. At the same time though, you don't simply give up just because the chances are low. By your logic, I should never try to do anything in my life. After all, I'm not guaranteed to make it. I'm not guaranteed to pass community college. I'm not guaranteed to get into University. I'm not guaranteed to learn languages or programming. I'm not guaranteed to become a highly paid translator, and above all, me and my brother are certainly not guaranteed to develop an amazing game that disabled and able-bodied people alike can enjoy with no issues, said game becoming a hit and getting bought off the shelves for weeks.
So, if I'm not guaranteed to be able to do it, then why should I even try? Because friends, a life of trying and failing to do something and learning along the way is a hell of a lot more a pealing to me than sitting back and saying oh well, I don't have much of a chance, may as well give up and spend the rest of my life pigging out on chips and cookies. Trust me; I've been there, and it is most certainly not a good feeling. The chance of something happening with the Among Us developers isn't 100%. Hell, it might not be 50%. Look at it this way though. If they do it and it actually works out, that is quite the amazing feet. If absolutely nothing happens, that's also a good thing, because it means a learning experience. They can work on ways they can improve their advocacy skills and potentially improve other things about themselves as well. If yawl discourage them from trying, it could potentially discourage them from trying to help the community or themselves altogether, and that's not a good thing. As it stands, this community could always use all the potential help it can get, and you should always strive to better yourself.
No matter how low the chances of accomplishing something might be, you should never tell people that they're destined to fail and should just stop trying, because if you give up you are actually destined to fail. I was told something by a forum member, and it has stuck with me ever since. You have a spark for helping people. Never let that spark be extinguished, no matter what. I know I might have false hope. I know I'm still young. I know I'm probably more than just a little naive. But, compared to the sad, depressed, hopeless life I was living before, it sure does feel great to have this sense of hope and purpose, as real or as false as it might be.
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