To me, it seems like this is a very simple "please find me my information" request. It's best suited for a search engine. In fact, you don't even need one. From the Wake homepage, click on the "View on GitHub" link to go to the project's GitHub page. From there, you can click on the user's name to go to the creator's profile, which links to the Wake website as his URL and has an email address.
More generally, there are a few problems with the question:
- It's a resource request. Resource requests don't require human knowledge or expertise. It isn't that hard to find the resource. It doesn't take my knowledge, skills, or expertise as a software engineer to answer your question. We want those harder questions that can be backed up by references or resources, but aren't just links or recycling of those resources.
- It's not about a problem. What problem are you trying to solve? We want questions about the problems you are experiencingWe want questions about the problems you are experiencing because chatty, open-ended questions aren't generally useful to the broader community.
- Only a select few people can answer your direct questions. We aren't in a position to guess what these developers were thinking - only they can.