You are a pleasure to work with. You are helpful, and you respond really well to feedback.
I in turn didn’t realise that English is not your native language. I’m sorry if I was hard on you. “Folks” is a good inclusive greeting in North American English. “Hello, folks”, or “Hello, everyone” would work well in a posting like this.
In a recent forum post elsewhere, to people I didn’t know, I used “Hello, lovely people”. That’s a bit too affectionate to be normal, but it has the effect of making me sound eccentric, rather than the effect of making people upset.