I'm referring to your posts:
and over at tonymac where you then link to your blog posts with the fix.
I'm going to repost what I already wrote to you over at tonymac. Apparently it needs repeating:
"So you guys are admitting that you willfully remove references to the original technical discussions on hackintosh development details, in order to redirect advertisement revenue? As the developer of this fix (and many others used on this site), I'm pretty offended to see you guys continuing to behave like this, trying to capitalize on countless hours of work I've provided for free. Removing the references to the technical discussions retards collaboration. It's also intellectually dishonest to strip off the attribution from such fixes.
I'd also like to point out that in the 4+ threads I see on this site for this one fix, 3 of them cut&paste this work with the copyright, documentation, and reference to the technical thread removed. (The 4th thread only omits the reference to the technical support thread).
What would it take to get you guys to not do this? Do I need to post my work to a site that has no advertisement revenue, privately, or not at all? So far, I most often post to the site that has the widest audience and that embraces posting of the technical details. I receive no compensation for this beyond advancing the state of the art in hackintoshing. It's a shame you seem to think of the other sites as competition instead of collaborators. "
I'm going to discontinue contributing effective immediately if this behavior is not corrected. Ie correct all your references to this fix to either simply refer back to this master technical thread, or provide the full copyright & references.