You're losing me too now. I resign from my functions since I'm being called incompetent.
I've noticed he's this way; with him, all the conditions have to be perfect before he's willing to be involved in anything, or else he quits. It's like if there's a runner who says, "Oh yeah, I can't go running today because it's too humid" or "It's too muddy out" or "I'm feeling kinda lazy today" or whatever. If you allow yourself enough of those kinds of excuses, you'll never get any running done. Or you'll get so little done that it won't even make much difference.
So now he quits because I didn't kiss his butt and say, "You are the best IT guy ever; I worship you because nobody else knows this stuff as well as you do. You are the omnipotent, sublimely competent man of brilliance. Everyone else pales in the shadow of your magnificence, my lord."
Yeah, he knows certain stuff that I don't know, but I know certain stuff that he doesn't know, plus I probably have more tenacity. Anyway, this is why he didn't succeed with Truecels.org. He could've just cut his beer budget, and spent that money instead on a server, but he didn't; he let the site languish on that shitty server, where he had to put up with shared hosting. So, that's why his site wasn't successful. He just wasn't willing to do what it took to make it successful.
We all have our threshold of quitting, but his threshold is ridiculously low.