I agree with what you say.
Stoner managed to get a set up at times that enabled him to get results, sometimes he binned it but quite often, he was out in front when he binned it. He was generally bloody fast on it. Even so, he was telling Ducati that the front wasn't right but instead of this being seen as positive feedback in an attempt to imrove or develop the bike, he was accused of moaning (on here) and called a crasher (Rossi was 'inside his head')
With Stoner, some on this forum continually question his development skills and criticise him for taking Ducati in the wrong direction. About not caring about other riders being able to ride it (which of them do) and turning the bike into an under-performing, ill-handling dog. The usual phrase is 'jumped ship and left Rossi with a pig bike'.
Nearly 12 months later, with the greatest ever development rider on board, Ducati have made no improvement at all and I think backwards is not an exaggeration to be honest, especially in relation to the satellite bikes. But because it is Rossi who is now the rider, it isn't him that is leading Ducati even further down the wrong path. It is all Ducati's fault.
And that is the way it is on this forum with one rule for one, another for the other in this continuing Rossi / Stoner shite.
I understand perfectly how a bike is developed with contributions from an entire team. Some on here, with the yellow tints, do not.