I know exactly how open source works and how to use it. The source code for *everything* I wrote for 6 years is available on Github. If LT users suddenly start sending a ton of nice pull requests for Wedge (which again represents exactly 99.337% of LT's codebase, and that I'm using *right now* to write this reply), then I may be tempted to share my source code for LT's with them so they can add to it. But that's up to *me*. Just like it was up to me to keep working on Wedge because I believed in it, even though I only received $5 in donations in 5 years of full-time work.
But that wasn't the real question now, was it?
The real question is whether I'm being judged for the actions of another. "Barter's admin left his website, so his successor must ensure this won't happen again."
Yes, it won't happen again, but not because I've taken a vow. It won't happen again because I'm a responsible person. The road to this website was tough, with some people making my life harder. Yet when Barter broke in early February, I stepped up and took it upon myself to release LT's to the public, even if it wasn't ready, just so the website could help as needed. And now with logout issues, my project no longer looks that silly or inconsiderate.
I do not owe anyone anything aside from my assurance that I'm doing my best to turn LT into a project I can be proud of. When I start something, I finish it. I may be late by a few days for the offer system, but that's because I'm slower than I'd like to admit, and that I like doing things the right way. I'm a tortoise. I'll make it to the finish line.