I won't answer point by point, as this is getting a bit out of control, and I can feel that you're now argumenting for the sake of argumenting, guys...
I've often been guilty of that, and I'm none the wiser for it.
So... To put things into perspective: forumsearch0r, IIRC, is the one guy who registered here right around the day Pete decided to leave the team. Given his interest in the (newly found) Wedge platform, he was of course interested in seeing it 'work', and thus not happy to see Pete leave; so, he took the antagonist position to BK's defense of Pete (I'm not sure it was BK, but I know it was a non-regular poster), and so, for no special reason, you're now starting it all again, but on a personal level this time.
Guys, I don't think any of you has a 'problem', and there's no point in fighting over little problems like this.
forumsearch0r never made it clear he wanted to help develop Wedge; while he did say he was capable, he also never requested an alpha copy, or SVN read access, or Git read access (although in this case, I'm not even sure the change to a Git server was even mentioned in the public area. Ahum.)
He does strike me as a bit of a 'know-it-all', though, more than a troll. When I want to recommend a product, I'll explain why it's better. So far, FS has only made it clear that he preferred Emacs, but didn't give examples of things it can't do that others can't. I've been guilty, in my fouth, of knowitallite, its curable, but it will disappear by itself once you've have about a hundred flame wars about tech products. (For me, it all started with "the Amiga is better than the Atari ST"... The agony!)
BK, I'm not sure why you'd call yourself a friend of mine since I recently felt you were uncomfortable with me (or at least not trusting of me) during a conversation, but really, I don't mind. Call it whatever you want; even though I was bit many times in the past, it's in my nature to naturally trust people to be good-doers rather than wait until they brought the proof of it. (Because we all see ourselves as good-doers, after all. We just need to learn how one's freedom ends where the next man's freedom begins.)
anyway... It's not even 7am, and I'm already babbling on an Internet forum.