I get that people are upset, and it's fine to voice your opinions and state your issues.
However, I would hope and suggest for all to keep comments as "non-inflammatory" as possible. As I was scrolling through this, I felt a lot of these players concerns myself, but even more-so, I was surprised at how much @Saltypatra was keeping an open dialogue... especially when you could tell some people were just angry and no answer she could give would change their opinion/tone.
I've seen other boards like this, and it's surprising how much the devs actually check into and respond to the feedback of the board users. You have to understand that, while the most vocal, the forum goers here represent, what? About 100 or so users of the entire game population? There's much more going on out there than we can see from our perch.
Attempt to listen to what Salty and the devs are saying, know that they hear us, and if they say they are working on a solution, trust that they are. When they come out and officially say "solution X has been implemented", and THEN you feel there is still a problem, then voice your concern again.
At this point, everyone is beating a dead horse. We've heard this complaint a thousand times by now, the devs have acknowledged that they hear it, and are taking steps to make it better. The least we can do is try to let them implement that change/fix, and THEN open up dialogue about it again.
Don't burn the house to the ground, or else we won't have a place to live.