There are some old names there, ex-Oracle OpenOffice experts as well as other long-term developers, some with 20+ years experience with the code base. Many of us have known each other for many years working in the OOo community. I, for example, presented at the OpenOffice conferences in Lyon, Barcelona, Beijing and Budapest. I see many people at Apache now who were also at these conferences. We went to Apache not LibreOffice. I realize this is inconvenient for you to accept, but your view of a community total and entire that took actions to go to LO as a body, is a fiction, and a ridiculous one at that.
And it is hardly a criticism to say that we had to establish new infrastructure. You did as well. The difference with us is we don't need to maintain it entirely by ourselves. We're able to tap into broader expertise at Apache for this. Ditto for press relations, trademark management, domain registrations, fundraising, conferences, etc. Yes, it took some time to get started at Apache, but now that we are, we can focus almost entirely on coding. This improves our efficiency. We don't have developers reviewing tax forms like you do.