Your response is appreciated, but it doesn’t really give us anything really positive enough to change our opinions all that much.
I haven’t heard of any lawsuits lately, so I can’t imagine this update is being forced upon us for that. I think it’s a bit absurd to only give us a day, if that, to do anything about it. From looking through this thread, I’ve noticed that a lot of people rely on require() and even getfenv for tools and such.
From what I can tell, this has been your only response on a thread that already has 120+ reactions to it. We should be getting more transparency than just this one message from a staff member, but I suppose it’s better than nothing probably.
Your statement still doesn’t say that “we’ll consider looking into more options”, because I’m sure that’s not even being considered at the moment. We can’t really get comfortable with an update like this when it blocks people from uploading models that use require() or getfenv entirely. Just because some idiots decided it would be “funny” to abuse those two things to make and put malicious scripts in models doesn’t mean we should all suffer.
The title doesn’t help either as it makes it sound like this update is helping us, when in reality it’s restricting us more than anything. The mostly negative response should be a red flag, too.
In the end, the only ones who are winning are the people who are doing what you’re trying to prevent. We’re certainly not winning, even if we’re supposed to be.