... you may find that I work in the best interests of the end-user and work tirelessly to ...
I am sure that you do work in the best interests of the end-user (besides your own) and tirelessly, no doubts about that, still you react in a very angry manner to *any* critics on anything you do, and you seem like making a personal case of anything, including something like the Wikipedia Rules which are (or should be) the same for everyone, as said very strict, but that - even if in good faith - you clearly broke with your contributions now removed.
... to improve the product, its stability, reliability, ease of use, etc. as publicly documented at the tabletpcreview forums - I have fixed absolutely all bugs reported by end-users, and continue to do so as reports come in, from my own use or others. Even WIMLIB has seen multiple bug fixes and enhancements as a result of ZIPmagic's exposure.
I have as well no doubts about it, but I believe this is "normal" in the sense that any software maker should do the same (most actually do) so there is no need to brag about it, or you want a medal or special award for "tirelessly work to better the product"?
Just like milindsmart just posted, I cannot spot at first sight, any difference between the .pdf you posted on your board:
and the thread you referenced:
Can you highlight which parts have been removed or "censored"?
BTW, I enjoyed your latest press release :
the concept of "hard disk compression miracles" is nice, though possibly a tadbit excessive for my personal standards, let alone Wikipedia's ones.