Some readers might find it helpful or interesting to know how a game was arrived at, but it's a very bad idea to try and force that upon the inventor. Leave some room for people to be different, for goodness' sake, or you'll be in danger of actually becoming one of the Ayatollahs you're always inveighing against.
I said that no one is forced to abide by those rules.
The more the game designer explains his process the more himself will understand his game.
That was suggestion to debate.
Ayatollah do not give you the opportunity to debate.
I dislike someone giving me orders on how I must behave.
I did not give orders to anyone.
I expected such comments anyway.
Publishing notes about your design is helpful for the game designer himself.
People must be different. But what I`m observing is that people are behaving the same way. The same wrong way.
I hope to see people different and behaving different ways.
People like to congratulate for whatever reason. You post a really crappy game people will thumb it up because you are "known" member.
People love to say "interesting game" without giving at least one reason. Interesting and that`s it while the game is full of flaws.