This is the great thing about open source software -- if you don't like me, you're free to do my work yourself or get the same work from someone else.
Except for that little minor detail that the former will never happen and the latter doesn't exist. Like it or not, we're the only ones that care enough to have spent over a decade on the large security problems, despite the generally unappreciative Linux userbase.
We will continue to do worthwhile work while criticizing from the outside; I'm sure you'll likewise continue to complain about the way in which free code is given to you without accomplishing anything constructive in the process.
My responsibility is only to my own users. If you feel so strongly about this issue, why don't you spend all your free time like I do to do something about it other than complain?
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