I agree with you about people giving others a hard time. I don't understand why people would want to do this.I see comments here giving people a hard time for not doing a "more detailed search" to get this to work but I would reply with the facts that
you use to always just be able to install it from magosk repo and people are use to that.
if the default way changed, it should be documented in the release notes of the package.
I see an update came out weeks ago and the latest release note showing in magisk is from almost a year ago to the day.
so go ahead and give then a hard time (whatever makes you feel superior and better about yourselves) but I would say the lack of documentation in release notes is the real problem.
even if it's too much info, give people a heads up. either way, it's no excuse to stop documenting why updates are being released in the place most users grab it from.
seeing how people are replied to with such attitude when the Dev couldn't even be bothered to update revisions makes me happy I found a better solution due to this apps lack of functionality / documentation
EDIT. not only does it have no revision updates for almost. a year now, the first paragraph is written as if you would be stupid to a assume more would be needed to be done via its "no hacky workarounds" and that the app "handles ALL of that now" good grief.