Stop ROBLOX from removing closed source modules!

Stop ROBLOX from removing closed source modules!

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Chasing Nachos started this petition to ROBLOX developers and

-- Above, you will see Terabyte Services' (paragraph 2) farewell message --

ROBLOX will be removing something called a Closed Source Module. A Closed Source Module is the heart of ROBLOX games. Kohl's Admin, Adonis Admin, HD Admin, and pretty much every admin uses a Closed Source Module. This is going to happen on February 1st. If this happens, hundreds of thousands of hours of work will be destroyed. ROBLOX's reason for this is, "the scripts inside the module are hidden, so if the code is infected the module user won't know." Okay, so that's a couple of games destroyed. This will destroy thousands. Lots of plugins use Closed Source Modules as well. Please sign this petition and stop ROBLOX.

Terabyte Services is a very popular game/group manager service. As you can see in the picture, it has hosted over 62,000 centers! All of them will be destroyed due to the ROBLOX creators. The owner has announced that it will be shut down the day before ROBLOX removes the Closed Source Modules. There will be so much hard work...destroyed. If you see a script in your game that has "require()" in it, it will be broken as of February 1st.

We have 3 choices: We can open up our scripts into the public and let anybody copy them, or we could also just forget about our hours of hard work and let the scripts be destroyed. Our other choice is to stand up to the ROBLOX administrators and sign these petitions! We need to stop ROBLOX from doing this. I don't think they understand how bad this will be for ROBLOX. Most services use a module script. 

Who can help? You can! Please sign this petition immediately. Another way to help is to donate and to send the petition link to your servers and friends. I want to ask all ROBLOX players to do what's right, and click the sign button.

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