Can't they just repost it without a donation thread?
Curse literally provides addon authors with a "Donate" link both on the addon page, and in the Curse client. I don't think you can argue Curse is somehow in a conspiracy against addon authors getting donations.
Nor can you say that Blizzard loving the functionality of the addon somehow translates to it not being against policy. Nor can you say Blizzard banned this addon. Curse removed it, because of their perception of its violation of Blizzard's TOS, something they cannot be seen to support.
IDK what the big deal is, remove the button, convince people to click that donate button on the curse website/client. The addon is good enough to get people to do that.
I keep hearing how he bans those that mess with the community. Well if that's *true* then is he somehow above and exempt from bans if he tries to be rude?
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It's clearly the donate button. For whatever drama that the author has generated the add on is totally worth it. Blizz needs this as an in game feature, it will breath new life in to the game more so than merging servers ever will.
I downloaded the add on to find a celestials group in order to grab my legendary. On my dead server it would have taken weeks if not longer to get all four.
After I got my cloak and found an Ordos group in minutes I ran fire lands 25, completed the achievements for heroic DS and got that mount, won a roll for the battle bear in the troll 5 man, did the a yogg zero run and capped CP in RBGs.
I'd not had so much fun with this game since wrath.
Sounds like a bunch of whiny little bitches here lol.
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I support Oqueue though. They should just change it say "Donate Beer for website" instead of the addon. As long as they don't require donations to use the add-on they aren't violating the EULA.
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The addon is rly good, but way to many rusaian's on it