First off I'd say fair play to those who took some time to protest.
I thought about joining by dual boxing or sitting in when afk on RL matters but really didn't think it that worthwhile in terms of effectiveness.
I do think however that maybe some of the folks involved may have been over-expecting on the actual impact this was going to have.
Understandable I guess for those who did invest a lot of time on it.
I'm surprised figures qouted are as high as 300, but that number surely still only represents a miniscule proportion of the customer base.
In short the response on the blog seems about right to me. I don't think those critical of that are taking an altogether objective perspective.
I also think that the view that it's actually surprising that devs might care about the game is symptomatic of the kind of complete loss of perspective we see far too often on these foums.
But at least the 300 got some disproportionate publicity beyond the game and raised their agenda well enough in that regard.
So gj on that. And at least for giving it a go.