By the way, who gets the donations of this project? In some cases open source projects can get a substantial amount of money in donations, but some people never see any of it, even they can give a lot of their time and effort for the project.
The information about where that substantial amount of money goes is contained in my earlier post.
That's directly throwing the responsibility to me (and any users).
You are welcome to donate 95,000€ per year, and I will take this responsibility as a full-time job, with an according service level. Until that happens, you will have to face reality, and if you are interested in getting a result (though from your shotgun-style posts I'm afraid you are really just trolling) you will need to come up with something more pragmatic than just complaining. You find a problem, report it. Or better yet, provide a solution.
As someone who claims to be experienced in software development, you will know that even given proper bug reports, it is often a challenge to reproduce and fix defects. I've had projects where nearly 50% of all reports supplied by users were either of the "what the hell is this about?" or of the "works for me" kind. Luckily, Code::Blocks is used almost exclusively by software developers (who, generally, write substantially better reports than the average end user).
Are you really so arrogant to think you can find all bugs in your own software without any help
That's a well-known and widespread psychological bias researched and published by Dunning and Kruger in the late '90s.