Well, looks like I'll be leaving bukkit dev, anyone looking for my projects needs to turn to google. I object to them disabling my project simply on the basis that I have adf.ly links on my site, even though I simultaneously provide direct adf.ly free links right next to the adf.ly links. I object to not having the freedom to make money on plugins that have over 30k downloads. I object to there not being ways to clearly define what license a project is released under - having everyone assume that your project is a free for all. For the record I make no direct links via adf.ly on the bukkit dev website, I do not use bukkit dev for any hosting of files (thus saving them bandwidth), and where I do have adf.ly links I also have ad free links and this is my own personal site. I'm not releasing plugins to make money, I'm releasing plugins I wrote for my own personal use - I'm giving people the option of providing money so they can feel more justified in making demands of my time. They have the choice of using adf.ly or using the direct link, there is no concealment, no bit.ly forwarding to adf.ly, no dirty practices. If they really think it's for the good of the community to remove a plugin released for free into that community, then perhaps I don't wish to be part of that community.