Anyway, good luck seeking financial contributions for anything in the software field when everyone remembers you as purposefully bricking their software.
I'm skeptical that this stunt was done in good faith when the developer in question has the means to trade relatively large sums of cryptocurrency.
For transparency, I'll disclose that I've been financially compensated (through GSoC as well as my current employer) for my contributions to free software. It would be great if more folk could be compensated, but my point still stands: if you're not doing this for your own enjoyment, you're doing it for the wrong reason.
Furthermore, why do you feel entitled to payment when your best-known contribution is a trivial Node library that does little more than wrap the ANSI escape sequences? I certainly wouldn't pay money for that.
@jakob "After 6 months of work, the OpenBSD team has implemented steering capability on the PineMobile."
Doesn't have a lot *yet*, I should say. I'll be working on this more. Just need to stop to work on grad school applications.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko