Before I went into Reddcoin I have checked several other communities. These type of things happened to many of them…
…Anyway, more important than a debate over the reasons why “many developers have left” is discussing how we can find a way that allows us - and in particular the developers - to cope with any type of discent…
Stress, arguments, etc. are all absolutely, totally normal in any situation where you have more than one person spending time together.
It would be abnormal if this didn’t happen!
Genuine scandals - thefts, fraud, etc. - have actually happened within other communities / cryptocurrency organisations. This Reddcoin discussion is about normal up and down human being stuff.
It is impossible to please everyone in a community. I think more efforts have been made by the Reddcoin team and community to ensure things remain healthy and happy than in most.
But it is very important to remember that if real value is to be added to the Reddcoin network then development must be serious and sustained, and for the team to be able to move ahead and function then a certain consensus is necessary. Again, this is completely normal. The following anecdote is not to do with Reddcoin, but there is one guy at my work (day-job) who just couldn’t stop criticising and causing trouble for the team. I was obliged to stop him from working with us any more. This is just an ordinary everyday work environment and it is necessary to adjust the team and the way things work to help a project actually move forward. As I said, I am not referring to any specific case with the Reddcoin team, but it is just one example of the way things naturally go when people work together.