I appreciate your valiant efforts to keep the boycott thread on the front page.
I'm not sure that makes a difference though, unfortunately.
It seems that from GOG's point of view, their strategy has "succeeded," their strategy to say and and do absolutely nothing in regards to the Devotion scandal, after having published their initial "many messages from gamers" lie.
As GOG had hoped, for the most part, the scandal has "blown over" and other than in this thread, and maybe an occasional post once in a blue moon in other random threads, no one ever talks about it any more.
And the support for the boycott in this thread probably isn't strong enough for it to be a meaningful boycott in GOG's eyes.
Plus, this scandal never gets any more media coverage.
The majority of GOG customers and the public don't seem to care any more.
Most people seem to have completely forgotten about the scandal by now.
Don't get me wrong: I'm not saying it's a good thing that GOG's refusal to apologize and be transparent and make things right (i.e. unbanning Devotion from GOG) has "succeeded", but I'm just stating what is the unfortunate reality.
This also sets a disturbing precedent for all future scandals that GOG will be involved with, since their bosses have now learned
that the strategy to say and do nothing until the scandal blows over is a successful one that will allow them to "win" and never need to worry about being held accountable for any future nefarious actions or inactions on their parts.