I'm the author of "Speed Booster Pack" plugin.
I understand your frustration but it's not exactly fair to judge people before you know them as you can never know for sure what motivates people to do or not do certain things.
As an author I assure you there are very few authors who do not care about their plugins and Jason is definitely NOT one of them. As he mentioned above, his life has changed in one way or another that he practically has no free time at all. Unfortunately, I know what it means to not have at least 5 minutes free for you when you need them.
However, I don't understand your attitude here, given that most of your topics and ratings on the WordPress forums are generally positive and balanced.
Sorry for the lack of renaming of your plugin classes. If I did that, there would be two separate plugins that do the same, for example the following code would be outputted twice:
Leaving your plugin intact Speed Booster Pack plugin is loaded first avoiding the issues mentioned above (and other few warnings that come up from your plugin if wp_debug is set to on).
As for the patch, there is no one: to make issues go away, all I did was to use
!is_admin() to make the plugin to work only on frontend and use this commit (with small amendments) from your github page.
Thank you again for your plugin.