Annoyed? Who you are to "demand" your prefered style of porting as only true way? Maybe you should offer your perfect native linux porting services to the game developers who try already their best.... :(
Recently, there was excatcly a reddit thread about this ugly behaviour which give the whole linux gaming community bad credit : [url=http://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/26bag0/as_a_community_can_we_stop_having_an_attitude_of/ ]As a community, can we stop having an attitude of "Give me everything or give me nothing"?[/url]
While I think the Witcher 2 port is too new to count out yet, and that he should be willing to give it a few more weeks to see if some improvement can be made, you personally have been pitching wine wraps as "seeing the light," .and maybe even misrepresenting what others are saying to give credence to your personal preference, so the idea that your so readily hopping on someone else for doing something similar seems in bad taste.
If you want to continue to advocate an unpopular opinion (contextually) then fine, but lets leave the "how dare you" attitude out of the thread. It leads to nothing but the kind of fighting that gets threads closed, and I don't think anyone frequenting the thread wants that to happen. I realize I'm risking flare up here, but we should be able to voice our opinions without anyone wrestling for the moral high ground. It's Linux gaming - there is no high ground.
Infact, I'm arguing for pragmatism and realism. The attitude, "we demand to be taken serious because we are elite and have the superior platform" is the attitude which prevented the progress of linux in the last 2 decades.
More modest interaction... being aware of strengthes but also weaknesses of the linux ecosystem... and more acceptance and openess for requirements and justified needs of new developers and users who come mostly from the successfull majority platforms. These people are curious and open but not stupid and have therefore justified reasons for doing things in their own flavour. The demand of some linux proponents "our way or the highway, we know best!", despite being a insignificant platform with a problematic architecture and infrastructure, is very arrogant and will potentially alienate these people and will break the current postiive trend in direction an open source platform (again!).