1. We realize that minimum infrastructure can be inconvenient - those of us who work on the charging infrastructure are all EV drivers too.
2. We realize that we can't make everybody happy.
The volunteer effort to keep current public infrastructure working and constantly updated is no easy task. It takes time, effort and money. We (and when I say "we" please understand that I only play a small role in this) are doing what we can with what we've got.
The short term could be somewhat painful. In the end, it should all be worth it. The most-used charger is always going to be the one at home. Public charging will add convenience and longer range - but still isn't required for EVs to be useful and pleasurable to operate.