Perhaps it comes across like that.
It should be obvious to people trying to help out in ‘our’ environments that we all do what we can, when we can, in whatever way we can - to move things forward.
That ALSO means that there are huge amounts of people out there talking to the rest of us in a ‘second’ tongue.
Consequently what then gets written - sounds right in the author’s mind - but looks ‘off’ to others.
I’ve seen posts from you to various mailing lists - and that’s how they appear to me (an English person with rather poor language skills in other languages - though I do try to understand other cultures).
I totally understand what you’re saying each time, but often it comes over as somewhat aggressive.
Hope that all comes across in the spirit it is meant - one of being of the same mind in the end.
Most of the bugs that I’ve reported which have come to a useful end are ones in which I’ve pro-actively found the person who can actually help - or they have come to me (see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/virt-manager/+bug/1741617 for an example) , I reported it - no huge bug heat - but it would undoubtedly have affected people - but it is now fixed.
Bear in mind I am almost exclusively running whatever dev version of Xubuntu we are at - that’s where most issues get sorted. Which is understandable. Other than LTS (5 for Ubuntu main, generally 2 or 3 years for flavours) all releases are only live for 9 months.