If so, it is ironic, because that's my frustration, too. I also feel much of the criticism is based on assumptions which in the end are false, because people can't read each others' minds.
From the beginning I wanted this to be a proof-of-concept and see where it leads to. There's nothing fixed and it can pretty easily adapted to many use cases. This "should handle everything" thing came out of bushes and I have no idea what kind of thing bobc has planned, so I just can't say "yes I'll do it". After seeing the Arduino plugin system docs I can say that my system would very easily supports similar use cases, and then more. Everything is negotiable; I just can't promise "I can do anything".
And I want to be explicit about my intentions: if my project gives good ideas and someone because of it does something better, my project has served its purpose. I have no problem continuing it or abandoning it. It depends on community's needs. That's why all discussion is welcome, as long as it's based on facts and doesn't involve attacs towards persons or their characters or motives. I would love to see a blueprint for an alternative system, more than just one sentence.