If you are a member of a Wikimedia project like Wikipedia, you should think of the developers in exactly the same way you would think of the Wikimedia Commons community.
Most Wikimedia movement wikis have a strong and healthy symbiotic relationship with Commons, and the Commons community generally does a fairly good job of balancing the needs of the many wikis it supports.
But that relationship is usually not without its moments of tension, and sometimes wiki communities do not feel that they are getting everything they would like.
But there is an instinctive recognition that those communities have no 'right' to expect any more cooperation than they get, because Commons is its own project with its own values, and that they will have to convince Commons that whatever it is that they want to do is in the best interests of *both* projects, in order to progress.
If you treat the community of MediaWiki developers in the same way, 你会更好地理解为什么事情并不总是看起来是“正确”的。