Knowledge Base / Policy

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Drama Kaelten Kaelten Jul 12, 2011
Drama is for raiding guilds, not addon programmers Due to recent "drama flash fires", we are instituting a one-warning anti-drama policy. This policy will apply to both forum threads and site pages. Fires over the Forum In the event drama begins on the forums, please report the post to a moderator. If it is deemed as a potential fire-starter, the thread will receive a big bold warning. If the drama continues, the thread will be locked. Repeat offenders will be warned, required to sing the...
Executable Files Ackis Ackis Jul 12, 2011
Reason for Policy Executable files pose additional dangers for end-users. These files may infect the host computer with different malicious software, which potentially could lead to the user accounts being compromised. As a result, extra precautions are in place for any executable code submitted to CurseForge/WowAce. Executable Submission Source Code Any executable files submitted to CurseForge or WowAce must be accompanied by its source code. A code review on the source code will be done to...
Abandoned and Inactive Projects Kaelten Torhal Nov 27, 2013
Project Definitions What is an abandoned project? Really there are two types of abandoned projects. There are ones that we've marked as abandoned, and there are ones that are abandoned in practise, but not in name. We give projects a long time, a very long time, before we mark them as abandoned. So these types are considered essentially dead. However, if the project's license allows, it can be resurrected. The second category is for a project which hasn't been updated in a long time; the...
Project Acceptance Policy ckknight Torhal Sep 28, 2015
Project Rejections Curse reserves the right to refuse to host any project. Other Authors Work Any project uploaded without the explicit permission of the original author(s) will not be accepted on CurseForge/WowAce/BukkitDev. Forking/Cloning If you have made legitimate changes to an existing project which has a license that would allow you to make said changes without violating any copyright law, the resultant project would be accepted provided that it has significantly diverged from the...
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