I like Phalcon and I think it's the future of PHP frameworks, but right now the community and the forum sucks.
I mean, check how many unanswered questions are there and some of them are very good and interesting questions.
My question is (if it will be answered, of course) why is that?
Is it because most of the people who work with Phalcon are not good at using English? If that's the case, I think that's not a problem at all and it could be solved. My English is very bad too and people still try to help me no matter how many errors I do. So, I would rather appreciate very bad English in the answer than no answer at all.
However, if the problem is that there is no willingness to help less experienced users than that's a problem and it should be addressed and worked on.
I hope that the shame to answer in bad English and not the unwillingness to help the newcomers is the problem of this community. So, please stop being afraid of writing bad English, because what is important is the message and not your English ;)
Other thing I have noticed is the difficult orientation in this forum. That's something you should consider to improve too.