Whiny article, but one true point
I am in a lucky position usually not needing anything from there. "ntfsaccess" for example, a package for those who are not willing to learn how to use get-acl / set-acl which can do everything and sometimes even more. Up to now the only thing I needed was a helper to evaluate the "effective access", like the tab of the file explorer. For one time. Unlisted packages being available is the same as unlisted videos on youtube, those who upload should make them private or remove them. Trusting any cloud(-like) storage as open as powershell gallery or github to keep sensitive data inaccessible is naive.
The one true point of the article is the constant inconsistency even within Microsoft own packages to be used for Azure, quite annoying.