I feel the same way. ChaDeMo was just a published protocol that was open. Anyone can download the tech documents for it and create a charging station if they really wanted to (over simplifies the complexity, yes I know).
For reasons we all know ($$$), no one else wanted to work with it. Then countries and other auto-makers were suffering from a case of "not invented here" syndrome and wanted to do the same thing, but just different enough not to be compatible with anything else (CCS). To top it off, Tesla had probably the best idea of them both (use the same plug for AC and DC) with the best plug in type for high power charging but didn't open it to anyone else until 2022. So basically we had 3 different types and ways to do the same thing, feed DC power directly to the battery.
Now here we are in 2023. I hold no allegiance to ChaDeMo, but it has served me well for over a decade now since I got my first Leaf in 2013. I will actually be glad if all EVs are using "one" QC plug type and I would rather see some conversion kits for existing Leaf to use NACS instead of trying to create some Frankenstein like device to convert the two of them in an adapter. Would need to hire Dala out for that one I believe.