True but two things leap to mind. First, while there are many reasons for someone to leave a project, leaving this way for this reason feels a bit immature. Part of running anything is handling screwups. When Linus famously donned the brown bag and moved on with things, it left people with a sense that there is accountablility in linux development. To walk away leaves a different impression.
And secondly, the marble-picker-upper hasn't always seemed to play well with others. For some people, that matters as well.
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