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1-15-2007 @ 6:26AM
Has anyone gotten an explanation from Blizzard on WTF the "WTF" folder stands for? I can just imagine the following scenario...[Clueless Bliz Dev]: man, I can't figure how to fix this problem...[Somewhat-pointy-hair boss]: Well, get on it! I don't wanna give them more free playtime...Dev: Let's try this...Damn!Boss: Duh...Dev: OK, let's see if I can hack it, damn!Boss: Duh...Dev: WTF! None of those fixes work! WTF is going on??Boss: Duh....Dev: OK, I have no clue! I'll hack it by adding a line to the config file in the WTF folder! I mean, that's why we created that folder, right??Boss: Duh...Dev: Well, at least this will get us by until the next patch...Boss: Duh...Dev: Ship it!!Boss: Duh...
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