This is an incredibly common thing I hear from people like SleepingSnake, FlamboyantHam, and others who refuse to up their own game, or even act diplomatic and say that adding in various features to Citra is out of scope. Rather than respond with this every single time someone has a feature request, a question about a feature, or bugs which run prevalent across various emulators, why not just answer diplomatically, or not at all?
I looked up a thread in regards to Vulkan rendering, and this same response was given out by SleepingSnake rather than him acknowledging that other people may not have that skillset as a whole. Yes, we understand that you’re a programmer working on an emulator, but you’re by far not one of the best programmers I’ve ever seen. I’ve met more humble and considerate people who have worked on Dolphin, Cemu, and various other emulators who wouldn’t be so brazen as to tell people to do their work.
And yes, it’s an open source project. Anyone can contribute. But if you’re going to continuously respond with this to your community, you can leave it to those people who you’re so desperately trying to get to do your work for you. Or just flat out admit that you all bit off more than you can chew…or give a fuck about Yuzu more.
Citra’s a mess. On the front page, it advertises to run Super Mario 3D Land perfectly, yet the game won’t boot up after clearing halfway through the game. Fire Emblem Awakening still can’t load any of its various spotpass content. Other games have graphical rendering issues, tearing, audio issues, codec rendering issues for cutscenes, and various other problems which puts this at the equivalent of epsxe when it was first starting out.
Considering Cemu has been around for as long as Citra has, there’s no excuse for 3DS emulation to be in the godawful state it is. Yet here you guys are, telling other people to do your work rather than gather some basic competence.
I’m disgusted, especially considering the 3DS eshop is closing so soon. Fuck off and never tell people to do your work for you ever again.