Trust me -- they know: https://neon.kde.org/faq#is-it-a-distro
"Is it a distro?
Not quite, it's a package archive with the latest KDE software on top of a stable base. While we have installable images, unlike full Linux distributions we're only interested in KDE software."
It's Ubuntu LTS with rapidly repos with recent versions of KDE software -- and they are the first to admit it.
What y'all are saying is basically "Things with Deluge are perfect as they are. If users rely on prepackaged applications, they're wrong and we don't need them. A real man/woman is always happy to compile from source and spend time debugging unfamiliar code. If users (multiple users, not just @chorse) report problems signing up for the forums, they're also wrong and we don't need them".
Enjoy your mutual appreciation society around this dying project
Have fun with your strawmen. No one is saying there are no problems, we are saying that it is inaccurate to claim 'no version of Deluge that works on all modern OSes' -- there are two versions of Deluge that work on all modern OSes. That is different than 'there is no version of Deluge that has vendor supplied packages for all modern OSes' -- which admittedly is a bit of a problem, but nowhere near the same as your original complaint. Perhaps there is a language barrier here -- if there is, I am honestly sorry, but the difference has been explained to you repeatedly, and yet when you try to restate the responses you have received you manage to come up with emotionally laden hyperbolic strawmen.
Similarly, I have *REPEATEDLY* agreed that the captcha is a little vague, and could be improved -- but not for the reasons you are whining about. You are both pretending to not know that Linux is an operating system -- and at the same time using it as an example operating system in your list of modern operating systems. The question could be worded more clearly, and there are probably uses that need to use google to confirm that Linux is named after a person (but I suspect few would believe that Windows or OSX are named after a person) -- it's just disingenuous for you to pretend that *YOU* did not know Linux was an operating system as an aside to your primary complaint where you specifically mentioned it.
To circle back to your original comment, I'm sorry you feel like having your transparent claims pointed out is ridiculing you. It really seems like you understand that your claims are hyperbole and are inaccurate, and that you painted yourself into a corner -- but are desperate not to admit it, which results in your hostile attitude, and these straw men.