I totally get it, and will not blame you if you abandon the project. To be honest I think the the founders should compensate for the nice wallet you made, but I don’t know their policy…
Not all people who get into mining or even crypto in general are programmers(for example I am a 3d artist), so assuming that someone could easily install linux and run their own node or something like that is bonkers and will lead to less adoption.
Making it as user friendly as possible is they key to reach the most people, that’s why we need, Android and IOS wallets, friendly videos for people, constant updates, etc etc etc… The other thing is safety, for most of the time I was afraid to run a full node wallet in fear that I would lose anything that I mine or buy. Having someone LITERALLY take you by the hand(in a nicely presented and professionally made video), show you how to install the wallet, show you what security you need, etc etc
On the other hand I know Zcash is a very new and things are planned all the time.
My two cents.
Thanks @anon47418038 for everything you did/do and hopefully will continue doing.