I've had the feeling with way too many projects that they're more willing to make cute new
features rather than actually fixing the bugs that are giving me trouble. File-and-forget bug
handling or making unreasonable demands on me just accentuate that feeling. Demanding that I
exchange a mostly-working program for a program that may not even compile or work remotely
correctly is absurd for anyone who actually has to use the program in question on the system
I see the reasoning behind it, but OSS already has a preception, often true, of not worrying
about the hard unfun stuff that users need. Stating that you're going to ignore bug reports
unless they follow a development version just stress that feeling.