> No. To get a better sense of where emulator developers are coming from, think about one of your own pastimes. Why do you do it? Because it's fun and brings you pleasure!
> Do you enjoy sharing and discussing with other like-minded people, either in real life or through some online community? Very likely. How would you feel about being asked by anonymous strangers to spend more time on it for their enjoyment? What if they asked you to spend more time this coming weekend doing X when you really wanted to work on improving Y? What if life got busy, you got a new job, had a kid, or fell in love with a new hobby and someone said 'come on, man, like you can't spare *3 hours per week* doing X?' Would that change your plans for the weekend or after a long day's work?
> It's as simple as that
Apples and moonbeams, yo. Some o doze things is irrelevant for me. And, I'm a paragon of refusing others, and ignoring them if I don't have an answer/feel like answering. Orthogonally, I'm quite open to explaining why I won't do something, or why it's not feasible at the moment.