My gmail account is not listed in my Blogger profile so that you can ship me your plugins for debugging. It is there so that people who need to/want to discuss something that may not be appropriate for public display may do so without having to get 'hold of me via blog comments or the Nexus.
I am not your personal mod debugger. While I'm willing to answer some questions; posit a few theories to help, I do draw the line somewhere.
I'm not allowing comments on this post because I don't need a flood of "I understand, that sucks when people do that". I appreciate the sentiment, but it's unnecessary in this case. I know full well that the vast majority of you would never do such a thing. Some others, however, have a greatly warped idea of just how much responsibility I have to the people who download my mods for free.
If you want to PM me over on the Nexus to discuss the possibility of emailing a plugin to me for a specific check on something, that's one thing.
This is not to say that people I actually know are not allowed to mail me a plugin for a project I've said I'd help with; or to get a quick check for errors, or a script written or whatever. If I know you or you have permission, fine; email away. But if you're just some random person who commented once on a mod and has never directly spoken to me? No.
Do it without permission, and your mail gets trashed. Odds are good I'll never even acknowledge having received it.
Even if I do know you, a heads-up PM is probably a good idea, so I know to watch for the mail - Gmail gets some odd ideas about what constitutes spam, sometimes.
I've said it before, I'll say it again: this is a hobby to me. I am not your personal modder. I owe you nothing. If you don't like it, go play someone else's create-your-own-companion system.
We here at NosCo apologize for our CEO's offensive outburst, and now return you to your regularly scheduled nonsense.
Oh, yeah; there should also be a full-blown review for an Oblivion mod coming up today or tomorrow; I'm just about done playing through it, and this one bears some specific mention in my usual long-winded style.