I don't care who makes the game, not because I don't know how to find the credits, but because I honestly don't care who makes the game.
My problem with these interweb rules forums , where designers or official rulez dudez reside, is, that instead of flipping through an official document, you have to look through endless posts where people bark, nag and harass each other and I don't care for that. I refer to official documents.
From the Introduction section of the Armada Tournament rules:
"Tournaments are played using the rules provided in the Star Wars: Armada Rules Reference and FAQ".
So interweb rulings are not official rulings. TO/judges can ofcourse use them how they see fit and this frustrates me.
Should there be a place, like the forums, where you can ask questions? Sure, we can't assume FFG will catch all their mistakes og twists on the game. But the second largest problem to me is, that their FAQs are not updated enough. My largest problem is players that keep trying to twist the game to their own advantage, like Jamming Field, which is used in a debate on a local, closed FB group.
In the Rieekan death/no-death issue, we are in agreement. The rules are not precise, because he breaks them in a frustratingly maner and FFG hasn't addressed that yet.
I thank you for your long and respectful answer to me. I hope I have returned mine in a similar way.