May 29th 2009 2:41PM "In the end remember that the agreements between you and Blizzard really amount to nothing more than a fair set of rules normal and fair minded people would agree to abide by: no botting, no harassment, no hacking, etc..."
Heh, sure. Basically it says, you pay, and we don't have to do anything and can disconnect you any time we consider appropriate for any reason :-D
Mar 23rd 2009 2:18PM @Heilig: What you have written is complete bullshit. At least in Europe. Commercial add-ons are completely legal. They are using a public API and cannot infringe Blizzard Copyright because users cannot use the add-on if they do not own a legal copy of the game.
Making commercial add-ons for WoW is as legal as making commercial software for Windows.
Mar 23rd 2009 1:32PM Sorry, but this type of comment can be only written by someone who has absolutely no idea how OpenSource works.
90% of OpenSource software is written by paied developers. There is a huge amount of money in OpenSource software, its just not direct sell money.
If someone develops something in his free time, than it will be always something small with absolutely no quality guarantees. Usually following the scheme "works for me".