We don't "close threads" we leave them alone and open so anyone can continue to point out any stupidity or idiocy they see.
As for your responses, You ignored Zeno because you didn't feel like owning up to the fact that calling it unethical was wrong.
I'd like to see some proof that you did indeed send the email on the 23rd. Because all we have to go on is the date stamp that the mail server on Arthmoor places on the emails as they're received.
You have no right to come here and openly attack anyone simply because you didn't see action within a day of sending an email. As has been said already, some of us have real lives. I am a full-time college student, Samson works a full time job, AND runs a mud hosting service on the side, not to mention he is a major contributor to the mud community, specifically the Smaug community. He runs this site, he co-runs MudBytes, He heads up the QSFP project, he's also a major contributor to the Sandbox personal blog software. So sorry that he didn't have time to immediately address your concerns since his Motherboard had died and he couldn't actually check his email.
Oh but wait, You don't care about any of that, you're more concerned with yourself, and what someone "unethically" did to something you released. If you want to talk about unethical, why don't we discuss how you used to (quite possibly still) violate the Smaug/Merc/Diku licenses. By the way, I did read the first post, and every subsequent post, and at no time did I see Samson get defensive. Actually quite the contrary, right up until you demanded that it be taken down and revoked the right of this site and MudBytes to host your codebase, he'd been quite civil as far as I saw.
And while he might have followed your wishes, you also lost your right to upload your codebase here. I won't say whether you lost the right on MudBytes as well or not, because I don't know. But it was quite clear you won't be allowed to upload it here. And based on your continued hostile attitude, I wouldn't be surprised if further action will be needed.