I pretty much agree with what HeroGravesDev(?) said in that post /\.
One thing I dont get is why lots of people are so obssessed in working in group, me and some friends once tried making a Starbound clone and it failed mainly because each one of us, had different coding styles, I'm the typical code-conventions-na.zi, I couldn't stand coding with my friends because they didn't follow code conventions. Hence their skills and experience, I can't stand reading a code with methods starting in uppercase or not carefully identing the code.
Then, we split and tried making the game each one on our own, in the end the game got much more near-complete than it was in the group-coding period.
This story sure should not apply for a lot of people, but since then I pretty much won't code with any kind of person, maybe I need to stop being a code-conventions-na.zi, maybe not. But my point is, watch out what kind of people you find by randomly looking for them in the internet.
Btw, America is not a country