I say it again, you quote a Version from October, we now have December.
That is ofcourse to fix Problems, and doesn't cause any Problems.
I do that to not have to fix those Problems, which I meantioned right above, so that it hopefully gets fixed at the Source.
I might not be professional, but should you really be in the Position to say that?
Well, I don't unregister things from the OreDict, and that would be the only thing where one could mess around with the OreDict aside from wrongly registering things.
I would not do something like that, I know vanilla Items will very likely be used for crafting something. But I have seen an unrelated (yes really unrelated to this Situation) Mod that removes the ON-State-Glowstone-Lamp from the Blocks List causing crashes with any Mod accessing them (and probably all vanilla Savegames containing ON Redstone Lamps).
Uhhm, why are you not going to be a Lawyer again?
It is a ton of work to keep maintaining that Support (That's why I did that System). I'm still far behind on fixing some Crossmod Support things, like BC or UE Energy.
Look into the OreDict.log, if it says "Mekanism --Late--> ingotBronze" (to find at the bottom of the File), then you have the reason for it, because the OreDict Unificator doesn't accept things, which have been registered after @Init has been happening.
The next Version will have that Code removed, because of the request and since the new EULA would prohibit it anyways.
But I doubt that Code ever corrupted a savegame, since I tested it two times on my TestWorld, which is full of random Machines.
For the record, I hate this quote system.
I know that you aren't abusing the OD in a horrible manner per se - you're actually quite good about what you're doing, all things considered. I also know you aren't removing vanilla blocks/items, although the log -> plank rebalance does drastically alter the progression of some mods, depending how rare their trees are, and if a specific wood is required for their recipe. But there are lots of ways that it can go south in general. Being the gatekeeper mod for that stuff makes some people uneasy. I still salute you for what you manage to pull off.
Also, I'm an engineer, not a lawyer. But it's amazing how often you have to deal with politicians as an engineer. Anyways, thanks for taking the code out.