Just want to add my 2c to your comments milosv:
I think people taking "the game" to mean "rhs" here partly comes because of the vague nature of what "the game" refers to in an RHS thread, and partly because this came just after "ayylmao"'s comment about hoping the next update isn't full of "SF shit". Though of course, if you don't like it, you don't have to use it — but if you're playing on someone else's server, you might have to put up with others using it.
1) RHS is not a hive-mind, some people might want criticisms, others might not. Obviously the people posting in this thread won't know what the case is for whomever made x, so they have to take their chances. By the same token others will have different reactions to requests for new content. Additionally not all criticisms are valid. For example people might complain about a certain behaviour like armour values not knowing that things are set up that way due to how Arma works, not because we want it exactly that way. Hopefully we get as good as we can get with the systems provided by Arma, and hopefully those systems will keep improving with each Arma update. It's actually pretty cool how far arma 3 has come since its first release. And lastly bug reports should be directed to the feedback tracker, not the forums.
2) If people are PM'ing you being rude that sucks; don't do that people. Not everyone is going to like things we do; that's fine.
3) Requests aren't allowed as per forum rules I believe; so if they are being deleted that's the forum moderators doing so. It's probably for the best because people who read this thread would rather, I assume, see useful things like upcoming additions to the mod, pictures of what others are doing with the mod, comments on functionalities and so on... It's not that these comments are being censored because we want an internet 'safe space' and hate free speech ; it's just more practical that the thread isn't bloated with "WHY NO TUNGUSKA YET!?!?" comments. And yes I think it is easy sometimes for non-native English speakers to be misunderstood so it is unfortunate when that happens. So that's a good reminder to not immediately jump down someone's throat when there may have been a misunderstanding.
4) Another thought on requests — the chances of a request being either something we haven't already considered at some point (ie. something we don't already have sitting in the backlog of tasks for people to take) or don't want to do (not in scope of mod / not practical/useful for the game) are basically zero. Your request is more likely (but not by much) to be something useful if it's not asking for new content but rather some new way to use content that already exists, or some minor feature (within reason) that might not be obvious. And ideally something you're sure doesn't already exist. Like "can x be made a static model placeable in eden?". A lot of content requests can come off as insulting purely because they just don't know how many hundreds of hours of unpaid work they're asking for. Basically everyone has tonnes of things they themselves want to do but don't have the time for. So simply asking for x nicely isn't going to create the weeks of free time for that to happen. If you can pay the thousands of dollars for that time to exist though, that might be a different story. Anyway, requests will always happen because no one reads anything and no one cares, and it only takes seconds to ask for something and hell you never know maybe you'll get what you want (you won't) despite the nearly infinitely small chances... Like gambling. And finally, on "go make it yourself" vs "we'll look into it" — actually "we've looked into it" would be more accurate in most cases — I guess most of the longer-term RHS people got sick of a polite 'no' hundreds of pages ago. Regardless, they're both saying the same thing, one just hides the 'no' behind polite rhetoric. Personally I prefer the harsh truth; politeness is often overrated.
So tl;dr: Crit things if you want, but don't expect anything from it. Even valid criticisms might not get fixed immediately/ever if the time to fix vs difference made is too low. If you find problems use the bug tracker rather than the forum.