No it's not that. My issue mostly comes from implementation. It's been a long time since I've thought about it, but the client is monolithic and buggy. Kind of like the old ed2k clients where you couldn't spawn an a program independent of a client as, say, a daemon. If they were separate, the bugs wouldn't be an issue. It just had that stank you get when you see a program written by a Windows user. Or embedded/mobile operating people. At a high level, they're very adroit, but, for the vast majority, it really does make you kind of nervous, because you don't get the good habits that unix tricks you into developing. It's been so long, though, I think maybe I should investigate the project again and give it a try. I don't have booru autism, but I have enough images that I can definitely appreciate the autism of others, so it was really disappointing when I discovered Hydrus was unusable, back then.