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About *real*savormix

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  1. Nothing? You sure about that? I even have a public OSS (Apache2) L2-related tool, which is hands down best in the market, regardless if comparing against other public or even other private projects, merely so that I can deflect claims like this without sharing any internal tools/scripts/retail exploits or GoD+ RE. Plus, MxC is notorious for troll-like replies. The negging-like reply by Pamela32 was actually amusing enough to bait me to reply to it. Or do you need an explanation of what a backhanded compliment is?
  2. Best backhanded compliment* I have seen so far, 10/10 please continue to grace this forum with your presence
  3. Nice to see NCSoft stating their official position. Now, since you aim to represent NC, here's a few classics: Mana pots being handed left and right since you reach level 15 in classic Enchantable & augmentable (for mdef and also for enchant effects, like +% stat or +X base stat) hair accessory with +1 base stat 1 and +1 base stat 2 bonuses XP/SP boosting buffs (consumable items) & runes No manor, no seal effects Autoloot adena Brooches Charm bracelets Premium accounts P2W shop VIP P2W model (leveling up VIP level to gain access to higher tiered P2W shops) surely all these features remind everyone how it was during Chronicle.. right?
  4. Welcome to the real world, 6 months until obsoletion for java 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 and so on. Java 9 never reached past 9.0.4. All the regressions/bugs introduced with Java 10 and reported to Oracle were fixed in Java 11, nobody cares (whether they are actually usable) about these 6 month total lifetime snapshot releases. I'm just saying, with Java 11 getting released on September 2018, you could have at least picked a time within the first three months to introduce support, instead of adding it when in a few weeks both java 8 and 10 will be moved to archived downloads section. On the other hand, perhaps I misread the whole thing and you intend to move straight to 11, but decided to look into 10 just because there is still time to wait anyway? My bad then.
  5. Except that these are ancient news, Java 8 and 10 become obsolete in a few weeks with 11 LTS release (unless you have a paid support plan, then you get security patches for Java 8; 10 becomes obsolete regardless) Also fuck Java 10, regression-ridden trash 6month release.
  6. It's a matter of principle. FSF and other copyleft license evangelists want to enforce both free-ness and open-ness of a platform/system/environment. From the FSF PoV, everything that is made while having a copyleft-licensed project in mind (including those projects who do not 'use' the work in question, but, say, use knowledge about how it works to make their code more compatible and/or to make transitioning easier) is immediately a "derivative work" and that mandates this "derivative work", in its entirety, to be free and open as the "original". Hence a lot of library authors opt for a sort of "classpath exception" (e.g. Oracle/MySQL connector) or LGPL. E.g. if you want to connect to a MySQL database using an official connector (you do not distribute the DBMS with your application nor make changes to it), it actually makes sense that your application IS NOT a "derivative work" of the DBMS and/or the connector component. On the other hand, if it is not AGPL and you don't intend to distribute your application (only use it internally or expose via cloud), you can freely use any copyleft projects or libraries. There are a lot of more reasonable licenses which would also allow you to mandate any changes made to your project to be kept public.
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