We do not have any ‘hidden trash talking channels’. In addition, there is no official or unofficial stance on ESX whatsoever - except that a lot of users seem to report issues stemming from certain oversights/wrongful assumptions made in ESX code/official addons.
You’ve shown quite a hostile attitude when fielding pull requests from community members at times, and this doesn’t really breed confidence that a pull request will get accepted.
It’s been considered multiple times from our development staff to help us, you, and the community by setting up a ‘fix ESX’ campaign where we go down and audit a number of ‘official’ ESX resources and provide PRs for reported issues, however both lacking install documentation on the official addons (no clear list of dependencies, etc.) as well as the fact that it is unlikely that any large-scale changes will be accepted due to unclarity about the ESX project’s direction have made it so that we haven’t worked on this effort yet.
Community members do not represent the official stance of the FiveM project, its staff, or external contributors. We try our utmost to prevent any such ‘trash-talk’ from going out of hand - however, we try not to censor people’s independent opinions to non-person entities.
Very well, this might’ve been a misunderstanding - however by ‘only’ maintainer, does this also imply ‘lead’ maintainer and project gatekeeper? You don’t seem very welcoming to community contributions, and since none of the other maintainers are around anymore, this makes things like the above fairly… complicated.
Huh? Nowhere did we imply it being a ‘community’, read ‘community-based project’ - as you say, ‘it is open source’, which would typically imply being a community-based project: open to community contributions.
Also - ‘hating RP’? I’m not sure where you’ve gotten your information. Are you confusing the stances of certain individual and unrelated community members with an official project stance?
By being the ‘only’ active maintainer left, this also implies you’re the lead maintainer. Nowhere did ‘you’ imply this, however it is fairly evident that all project direction at this point is led and controlled by you, and you are the sole gatekeeper to any contribution to the project.
And, again, nobody representing ESX has asked for EAP access in the months since this topic was posted - I find it hard to believe that none of your users have requested OneSync support for ESX at all, which would imply at least that you’d be reading up on how to fulfill this feature request.
Please provide detailed error information in #general-discussion:1s-reports.