Blizzard's latest "Ask the Devs" thread (EU thread) is one that should be of interest to our entire community - it's about the UI. So, if you have questions you'd like to ask and that may get answered, or if you just want to go see what other questions have been posted and vote up the ones you'd like to see answered, now is the time.
Welcome to the World of Warcraft "Ask the Devs" global Q&A. In this thread we'll be collecting questions from you to have answered by our developers. We'll be asking for your question each time a new Ask the Devs Questions thread goes up, having the community vote on them, and posting the answers we receive approximately one week later.
QUESTIONS. Ask your User Interface related questions, NOW!
Here's how this works:
Starting at the time this thread is made you can post your World of Warcraft question for the developers.
When the thread hits the cap (500 posts) no more questions will be allowed.
About a day later, we'll lock the thread, meaning no more votes will be possible.
We'll pick out posts with the most votes, collect them with questions from the other regions, and get answers to be posted the following week.
This process will continue on, with a new question thread going up (weather permitting) and the answers to the previous questions being posted shortly thereafter.
One question per post.
If your question is answered your character name will be displayed alongside the question.
Discussion posts are not allowed! If you don't have a question for our developers, you should not post in this thread.
You can vote for questions at any time while the thread is unlocked.
A highly rated post does not mean it will be answered, but we'll do our best to answer as many questions as possible.
Down votes don't count.
Don't post or vote for questions you know we won't answer. We're not going to use these Q&As to announce new features, expansions, or release dates, etc. By the same token, we're not going to answer questions that touch on subjects outside of the game and its design.
Stay on topic! Weíre asking for questions regarding a specific topic, if your question isnít on that topic itíll probably be down-voted to obscurity by other posters, and more than likely deleted by us.
Keep your question concise. One to three sentences should be plenty to explain background and ask a question.
Vote for any and all questions you would like to see answered.
All votes count. While you can't see vote #'s, we can. Even if a post is highly rated, your vote still means something to that question (potentially) being answered.
So go to the thread, ask questions and vote up the other questions you'd like to see answered. Then be sure to check back for their answers.