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Aug 2, 2014Nodachi216 posted a message on TRANSFORMERS cyBERTRON TEXTURE PACK!!!!! READ NOW!Locking due to OP inactivity.Posted in: Resource Packs
Jul 31, 2014Nodachi216 posted a message on Is there a mod like minefactory reloaded for 1.7.10?Posted in: Mods Discussion
Jul 21, 2014Realms, Realms, Realms, blah, blah, blah.Posted in: Discussion
Realms does not compete with the types of servers we've been talking about because a Realms server is a) meant for a very small group of players, and VANILLA!!! No plugins, no mods, nothing.
Jul 20, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from wwgMarcusThe only reason people play minecraft is for the mods, minigames, and community. Why change your EULA in a way that will harm all three?
You're absolutely right, Mojang should just keep the current EULA, you know, the one that forbids all commercial use of their software. This is something so many of the posters in this thread just don't seem to get, the current EULA forbids servers making any money at all. Mojang is being nice by relaxing the EULA to allow servers to make money rather than going after all these servers currently breaking the EULA.
Jul 19, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from BeeJesusIt's a business. They want to make money. What is wrong with this?
Their business should never have started in the first place since the (current) EULA forbids commercial use of Mojang's software.
Jul 19, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from thejbantoEven if you get a "high quality server" that for some reason people are magically inclined to donate to for little or no reward, the fact of the matter is that there just won't be as much money going in. Less money means lower production value. This leads to low budget servers which means cheaper hardware, more lag, less custom plugins, lower quality staff, lower quality plugins/features, slower updates, less slots, and a slew of other issues.
Here's an analogy for you:
They had HD cameras and special effects available during both videos so it's not a matter of "oh, well the technology just wasn't there". Pure and simple, if you want professional quality, you have to pay and the new EULA is set to guarantee that no one gets paid enough.
Your analogy doesn't hold up. The first video was uploaded in 2007, youtube didn't offer HD until 2009.
Jul 19, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Dranku54
They don't give ranks. They have everything hooked up. You go to the charity's site, pay, and you then get points for the servers website that you then use for in game items and perks. So, I shall restate my question. Is this allowed:
People give money, but it doesn't go to the server. It goes to a charity instead of the server. When they donate money to the charity, they get points that they use on the servers website to get in game rewards such as spawners and items. Is this allowed?
No, I don't believe so. Players are still using real world money to get stuff that effects the game.
Jul 19, 2014Nodachi216 posted a message on CloudPet's mod. Clouds that fight for you! Remember to unzip the file into mods folder. Download fixed!They took it down from PMC because they don't allow mods to be posted that used a mod creation program, such as mccreator.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 17, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from TheMinecraftNerd1I have a question.
What is going to happen to the servers that don't agree to the EULA and still sell OP-kits and stuff?
Right now, nobody knows. Lots of speculation but no official word from Mojang.
Jul 17, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from kr8tors
Anyone know about this!! vv
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CJEU C-128/11 does not apply, no one has ever bought the server software. The problem isn't the selling of things it's the usage of Mojang's software for commercial purposes.
Jul 17, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from nxsupert
That's not the point here though. The point here is that Mojang (or part of Mojang) has the idea that Youtubers and Servers didn't help to make minecraft what it is today.
That's not actually what he said, though. Jake used the word "relies" as in present tense, Eric responded to that. If Jake had said that Minecraft had "relied" on Youtubers and servers and Eric flat out denied it then there'd be an issue. In other words, I think you guys are reading too much into that one statement.
My response about ethics was just to point out the obvious hypocrisy.
Jul 17, 2014Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Lindsey161
In the end it all comes down to ethics, and Mojang is not doing very well.
Kinda like all those people who built a business around the game even though it was expressly forbidden by the EULA?
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