[bf1942] Modding v Hacking

Rick Thompson rick at fortweb.com
Tue Jun 14 19:40:09 EDT 2005

And they were going to share that with the public (including their admin 
userbase) when?

I thought I had seen the height of arrogance from Valve awhile back but 
this takes the cake. We won't support BF2 and I'm cancelling our 42 clients 
as well. I just can't stomach the thought of promoting (or buying) their 
games and would rather see excess bandwidth go to waste than into their pocket.

So ea... you got your way. Another old time host since Quake 1 providing a 
handful of screaming low cost servers is gone.

Good luck with these assholes people, I'm outa here.


At 03:59 PM 6/14/2005 -0700, you wrote:

>I have had a long exchange of emails with Darren and Ben about this. It is
>interesting (and this isn't the first time) that they actually say different
>things. For example Darren seemed OK when I suggested some unranked servers
>may want to run server side mods that tweak python scripts and offer unlocks
>to all.
>Ben Shut him down and sent this to both of us
>We don't want any mods including the unlocks.  If they build their own
>version of the weapons, and I mean completely from scratch, that's a
>different thing entirely.
>However, simply "unlocking" the items through the server or pulling the
>content from the zips and including DICE's art for the weapons in a mod will
>be a no-no.

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