You seem to be misunderstanding the reason for my actions, while trying to use very aggressive ways of talking to someone who's tying to make their point come across as peacefully as possible.
No, I'm not. It was a sincere question.
I personally can't think of any website I use daily that isn't run by some large organisation, be it reddit, Facebook, news websites, etc. Whenever one of those sites is down for an unreasonable amount of time people are also upset - understandably so. If Valve (to which the Guild was compared to earlier) doesn't communicate to the players who buy their games, same thing.
I don't mind that you turned your AdBlocker back on. The point I'm trying to make is that the Guild can't be compared to companies that produce paid content/websites that deliver free content but use their monetisation model to pay their employees a living wage. You're entirely free to express your opinion on the way Mahz chooses to run the Guild, but simultaneously it is my prerogative to react by telling everyone to temper their expectations.
Nobody is being paid for any of this, nor is anyone paying, and thus Mahz isn't beholden to any of you to do anything. There is no inherent responsibility one must
assume by hosting a public website out of one's own pocket that's free-to-use.
It's good to remember that if and when the Guild is going through a rough patch. Save yourself the emotional trouble.
EDIT: I'm not saying this to be condescending, by the way. I realise it might look like that. I'm just getting tired of people making assumptions about what Mahz must
do. He'll fix the Guild's issues because he cares about this place, but not
because we're entitled to his time.