For the first time I answered a question with an open bounty.
In the "normal" question the OP ask how a certain thing can be done (call a python function with PyClicps) and provides his code that he can't get to work and ask what is he doing wrong.
The OP also opend a bounty, and in the message says that he want the answer to also provide some other things (that apparently he's not able to do) and that in my opinion are not related to the code by him provided in the "normal" question.
With "not related" I mean that without the bounty message, nobody could even guess that additional requests.
- I answerd to the question, explaining what he was doing wrong.
- With a comment he told me to answer to those additional requests.
- I responded that it might be off-topic, but he was welcome to open a new question for them.
- He replied telling that I didn't understood the question and repeted once again those additional requests.
I don't know what to tell him, because I'm not sure if he is in the wrong and in case how to explain that to him.