So again I ask if you actually READ the license, or only skimmed the first few lines and went "screw this, I'm to lazy to actually read the whole thing!".
So maybe we read in different ways. Does it say "The download and the way to get there must be ... ad free" in this line or not?
And if it does, does that mean that the download and the way to get there must be ad free?
Now if my mod-pack is on Curse, and Curse puts a shitload of ads on their page, is that way to download then ad free?
Player is good, but he isnt god, he cant test fastcraft with every possible combination of mods out there, so he has to rely on us users to help him discover issues he might have missed.
Exactly my point. So he will release something that is perfectly stable with Minecraft and all mods he tested and he will call that a "stable release". Now let's imagine that then my very strange combination of mods and configurations turns out to interfere with Fastcraft in a way that the game crashes, then obviously this is obviously not Player's fault. Now let's assume Player is on vacation or not doing any updates for whatever reason for three weeks, then I would be forced by the license to remove Fastcraft for the time being, because he released a version called "stable release" and I would have to update to that.
Now I am pretty sure what I highlight here is not what Player wants to archive with his license, that is why I am asking for a change.