Posted by Kaelten Nov 30, 2009 at 19:49 UTC
Recently we became aware of a needed change in how we've been handling payments to international authors.
While we'll still not need to withhold anything, we do need to start collecting a W-8BEN for any Non-US Citizen who wishes to redeem more than $600 worth of points a year. More information can be found [[kb:store/tax-information/|here]] and [[kb:store/international-taxes|here]].
Nothing has changed for US Citizens. We still need a valid W-9 on file if a US Citizen wishes to redeem more than $600 worth of points a year. More information regarding this form can be found [[kb:store/domestic-taxes|here]].
I hope that these knowledge base pages will help people understand more about why we need these forms and how to get them to us. If there are any concerns or questions we'll do our best to address them.
Posted by ckknight Oct 27, 2009 at 20:26 UTC
Curse is looking to hire a few new developers; and where better to hire than our own super-hecka awesome gaming community! We're looking for a .Net Web Developer and a PHP Web Developer. The requirements can be seen at the links below, but one of the most important things here at Curse is passion. Passion for what we do and what we're trying to build. If you're eager and have the knowledge required we'd love to hear from you!
Curse, Inc is seeking a talented PHP web developer to join its Huntsville-based team, for the ongoing development of Curse's PHP based fan site network. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone with a passion for online gaming, and an interest in continuing development on some of the web's most popular sites.
Click here for more information on the PHP Developer Position.
Curse, Inc is seeking a talented .Net web developer to join its Huntsville-based team, for the ongoing development of Curse's web platform. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone with a passion for online gaming, and an interest in developing the world's leading online gaming portal.
Click here for more information on the .Net Developer Position.
Posted by Adamar Sep 03, 2009 at 21:43 UTC
I am very proud to announce the official launch of Curse Client v4 Early Access Beta!
The New Client is Born
After the launch of Curse Client 3.0, we began taking notes on the most frequent user requests, complaints, and general feedback. The result of this feedback is version 4. In development since May, version 4 of the Curse Client has been redesigned from the ground up. Written in C# and utilizing Microsoft WPF technology, the Curse Client now sports a modern user interface and an entirely new set of features.
Below are instructions for how you can get into the early access beta, as well as screenshots showcasing the new client.
A native, Cocoa-based Mac client has also been in development, and will soon be entering beta.
Installing the Beta
Simply download the installer from http:clientupdate.curse.com/setup.exe and run it. The installer will verify a compatible version of .Net is on your computer, and update it if necessary. Depending on what version of .Net is installed on your computer, this process can take anywhere from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.
How to Report Bugs & Feedback
Please report all bugs using the integrated bug reporting tool. This will automatically include a snapshot of the Curse Client log data, as well as your operating system information. We're excited to hear what you think about the new Curse Client.
Curse Client v4 Screenshots
Redesigned User Interface
Customizable List Columns
Integrated Bug Reporting
New Search Tools
Redesigned Find New Addons Interface
Integrated Download Manager
Posted by ckknight Aug 21, 2009 at 02:08 UTC
Hey beautiful people, ckknight here.
Got into Anaheim this morning. This'll be my first year going to BlizzCon and I'm hoping for a good time.
Kaelten's also here, though he's been here a few times before.
I'm gonna try to keep you all posted if there are any UI-based changes on the horizon that come out of the con. For general speculation and non-UI info, I'm sure World of Raids, Arena Junkies, or Curse.com will have info.
Also, if anyone else is here at BlizzCon, feel free to make a comment. It's kind of hard telling who everyone is without names floating above their heads.
Went to the UI Dinner at Bubba Gump's, jointly sponsored by Curse and WoWInterface, and had a good time. My birthday's on Saturday, so someone had the nerve to get all the waitstaff to sing a birthday song. I was very confused during it, which I blame partially on the lack of clarity by the main waiter, and also due to the Bacardi 151 I had downed a few minutes prior. A lot of authors came out to it, which was definitely cool.
Saw the opening ceremony and the WoW Cataclysm discussion, here's some various UI-related points:
From the SC2 + Battle.net panel:
Some more points, after seeing the class panel:
Posted by Ackis Aug 18, 2009 at 21:49 UTC
3.2.2 is now on the PTR. Patch notes are as follows:
Dungeons & Raids