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9-10-2009 @ 5:01PM
"It's high time that Blizzard stops catering to the whiners and complainers and stands up for the development process that has served them so well."So essentially in their effort to not cater to people complaining about a slipped date (the idea presented here on why they don't give release dates), they should cater to people saying that they should give a release date? See now why this is impossible?Also, the process that has served them well has been to not give release dates for anything until it's really close.I completely understand what you're saying and truly wish we could get release dates on patches. However, I just don't think that the current atmosphere of the (not so resonable parts of the) community would really make having release dates that might slip made public a good idea. I really think people would start trends of trying to crash servers or other shenanigans if the patches slipped, causing way more trouble.
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