Owing to interesting events last night, the Minecraft EULA - in particular, where it pertains to multiplayer servers - has become a very hot topic. So what's all the fuss about? Why is this even a thing right now? Bebopvox gives a pretty solid breakdown of the situation, both from the perspective of Mojang, and the community at large.
Some key points about the situation, in TL;DR format:
Has the EULA changed? - No, not yet
Is Mojang shutting down servers? - No
Are there talks about finding a middle ground with server owners and Mojang? - Yes
Views: 1710 Short Title: Minecraft Server Changes, EULA - A Brief Look Full Title: Minecraft Server Changes, EULA - A Brief Look Raw Date: 2014-06-06 21:05:23 Nice Date: 9:05 pm, June 6, 2014 Rating: 0 Content Length: 562
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