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4-14-2009 @ 11:05AM
AJ: I believe UI policy #1 covers this: "Developers may not ... charge money to download an add-on [or] require some form of monetary compensation to download or access an add-on". This would mean that no addons may be restricted to premium users. What, in more detail, would the "Premium" service offer? A priority in download queues, like some download sites offer when you download patches and demos and stuff? That I don't think the policies cover. Do note a small detail here, though. The policy says that "DEVELOPERS may not..." (caps by me). This doesn't prevent Curse from doing it, does it? Or is the developer violating this by uploading the addon to a site with premium services? This policy change has created a lot of questions, and I don't have any answers. There's a lot to take into consideration.
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