Firstly, a large amount of code was copied in ImagicalMine. It was started by copying Katana and Steadfast stuff into PocketMine. It is hard to convince myself that someone who copies the removal of TextFormat::ESCAPE and thinks it is related to the auto updater, is able to update PocketMine protocol support all by himself. Second, I did not make assumptions. You can simply have a look at MCPETransfer. It is a minor project in ImagicalCorp. Actually, nothing about it has been developed at all except that they changed the name and a few minor changes in the text (and some of them are actually wrong). And then this repo got 11 stars, while the original repo that MCPETransfer came from got 14 stars, and I pretty much believe that nobody (or very few) would star a repo fork that only changed the name without starring the original repo. Third, I never made assumptions that they created accounts to star the repo. I have written a simple script that analyzes the stargazers of ImagicalMine, as you can see from my Twitter. They were registered on multiple different days in random pattern, and the distribution is statistically normal. I never accuse anyone unless I am sure about it and have concrete evidence for myself to believe so. The distribution of register dates of stargazers of ImagicalMine only shows that they MAY be asking people to star the repo, or MAY NOT. It is more likely that they have crazily advertised it everywhere, which from what I have seen from @k3ithkfng's activity, is very likely. Fourth, I do not want to start a war, and if I were to, I hadn't fully started yet. I am only targeting individual acts related to ImagicalCorp that I could not tolerate not to practise my freedom of speech because it was too unacceptable, but I did not target against the whole ImagicalMine or ImagicalCorp at all. If I did, I had only done so against @k3ithkfng himself, but I am OK with other members of ImagicalCorp or ImagicalMine project itself. Have you ever seen me telling people not to use ImagicalMine? Fifth, ImagicalMine didn't invoke me. It was @k3ithkfng's act that invoked me. For example, last night, someone linked me to a tweet by @k3ithkfng a few days ago: This led to my strong repulsion. PocketMine-MP is a large project with 82919 lines of PHP code inside, with countless hard work inside, and with a lot of bug fixes and logic implementations whose difficulty could not be reflected by ImagicalMine. What about ImagicalMine? I am not saying that it is a worthless project. Actually, it contains 95624 lines of code - it may be more than PocketMine, although I am not sure about the quality. I don't doubt the functionality - as we all know, ImagicalMine has a lot of functionalities, as well as a lot of bugfixes for protocol updates (which I found a lot of them to be copied). But I would not doubt that ImagicalMine has its value, although I consider it to be immoral, both in terms of how it was promoted and its respect to authorship of the PocketMine Team and other contributors to PocketMine-MP. Sixth, I have no reason to specifically turn against ImagicalMine. Actually, I am involved in the construction of the redstone system in ImagicalMine, behind the scenes - for example, it was me who suggested the current way to detect pressure plates efficiently. I am also involved in ImagicalMine, where Why would I turn against ImagicalMine when I myself am involved in coding it? ImagicalMine indeed contains cool code, but it is ruined by poor management among collaborators - it would not have a bright future in terms of API, if it continues like this. Why would I turn against it or be provoked when a project that I had provided support to got popular? Did I react like this when RedstoneLamp got a bit more popular? Did I react like this when MiNET is popular? No. I have logical reasons behind everything I do. I may occasionally act due to impulsiveness, but if I do something continuously for days and weeks like this one, you can see that I have thought a lot over it. Furthermore, if you look back at the earliest Gitter chat logs or ImgicalMine, I started out by trying to pull them back to what is more appropriate, although we eventually could not cooperate due to conflicts of values on @k3ithkfng's way of promotion. Seventh, I condemn the inadequacy of acknowledgement in ImagicalMine. PocketMine is a project based on PocketMine, we all know that, but sometimes I feel that they try to conveniently forget the fact. But fine, OK, as long as they mentioned it in the README, it is acceptable to me. But then they also copied code from other places, such as Steadfast2, Katana, and including my own fork of PocketMine that is not merged into PocketMine, so it would not be considered as part of PocketMine, and probably more although I am not sure. Yes, ImagicalMine contains original code, notably the redstone support in it. But it is also full of code copied from other repos. Yes, I am still fine with copying code, but in the prerequisite that you understand the code. I can't accept it when you copy the code blindly. Just take a look at this commit for example - ImagicalMine developers (OK, some of them, not all) (OK, one of them, and it is the founder of the org) copied the patches from other projects without proper acknowledgement and without even understanding. This is an especially hilarious example, but it is surely not the only one (although this is the only one I paid more attention on) because I don't watch every commit at ImagicalMine, but we can logically deduce that if there is such a commit that can make me yell WhataTerribleFailure, there is definitely other ones, probably less hilarious, but this reasonably should not be a very extreme case. Acknowledgement doesn't matter to them, like Katana? Look at ImagicalCorp's tweet. I support open-source free software. As long as a project is free and open-source, it has its own value to me. But I urge developers stop the act of unacknowledged or under-acknowledged plagiarism and inappropriate advertising like how ImagicalCorp did. I wanted to write more, but it appears that it is meaningless to humanity that I spend all the time writing this. Thank you for your careful reading.