> > I didn't have 20 bucks to spend at the time, it was something like 15 years ago at
> > point where I had no income whatsoever.
> > My contribution is my time, and frankly if people had been paying me for my MAME
> > over the years that amounts to a lot more than any donation, especially if you look
> > at what emulator authors seem to be expecting today.
> Huh. I know it's a wild concept, but maybe literally everything you wrote goes for
> more people than just you, Mr. Snowflake. Yet apparently other people who have
> collectively contributed untold thousands of dollars aren't entitled to the same
> excuses you'll allow yourself. Fuck you, dude.
Well that's nice.
Maybe I should have asked to be paid for my work instead then, since it's all the rage these days.
Or perhaps I actually just cared more about money being spent on things that mattered, and contributed what I could instead because I'd rather die broke but knowing I'd done what I could for preservation than demand people give me money before I do anything.