Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The operation of restopping the tap-hole of a furnace with a plug of clay on the end of a wooden rod, after a portion of the charge has been removed.
- v. present participle of bot.
“I secretly hope this goes to court because I am interested in what a ruling either way would do for future "botting" in other virtual worlds.”
“All the Supreme Court seems to have done here is interpret that statute exactly as it is written, not imposing criminal liability in a case that did not involve botting, hacking, etc.”
“(Cut: rant about Blizzard's combat against botting)”
“Whatif a software provider createdbotting softwarethat was useful in playing multiple games, including Star Wars Galaxies, in which scripting and botting were part of the game?”
“Blizzard makes sweeps every 3 months to cancel accounts for botting programs and also gold sellers.”
“The second week, the Supernatural fans started voting multiple times (manually), the One Tree Hill fans continued voting multiple times (manually) and the Veronica Mars fans started botting.”
“This continues until the owner reports the account as stolen, or worse, the account is banned by Blizzard for botting (a grievous violation of the terms of service).”
“Is it up to the game operator to prove that botting is detrimental to game play, not only to ban it in the EUALA rules?”
“People can whine about inflation or deflation or whatever but wether people are botting or just playing 20 hours a day, nothing will change.”
“Do all this, and your game economy, botting, and all your other bullshit will disappear and all you will have are HAPPY, PAYING customers.”
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