Delete your account, otherwise you're not boycotting enough.
This. The best way to boycott GOG is to stop coming here. Every time you click on anything in this website you people help make it more relevant on search engines.
If you hate GOG so much, quit GOG. Go do something else.
It's kind of funny and sad together to see how many stupid discussions and threads were posted here on the forum without any problems, but these discussions that are clearly about GOG and are important for many customers (especially many folks from the beginning) should go. If the forum would be flooded by dozens threads a day I would understand if someone would become annoyed, but if someone can't stand maybe few different threads with so many open questions (not only about the Devotion story) is kind of irritating. People are waiting for GOG to give answers, so at least a few reminders in the forum should be okay, also for all those who sadly don't care about the topic.
I'll say one thing. If a random user starts using my forums or my social media posts comment section to call for a boycott of my company or my products, I would ban that user in a hear beat. Clearly GOG is a lot more tolerant.
Do you really believe that for GOG the forum is in any way relevant anymore? They really showed that social media is important to them. Today the forum is, just like the values they started with, a burden from the past. And exactly for that reason the boycott here will unfortunately not bring so much, as the forum has not the media range to gather enough attention, especially for top management. After the PR stunt in 2010 the top management wrote and discussed on the forum, today you see only mods deleting postings and closing threads. The communication is gone. Most what you read from from GOG today is the typical PR talk without any essence, like "from gamers for gamers", but nothing else.
About the topic: With the Devotion story the rest of my before already decreasing goodwill and trust was completely gone. I'm not naive to believe that a company can hold all their values they started with, I have no problems with adjustments and changes, but the way GOG especially in the last years completely changed away from what they started is scary and disappointing. As result I would not say I boycott GOG, as that would mean a behavior on purpose, for me it's more a natural process of stop buying here due the continuous disappointments. The Devotion story, as awful as it is alone, was just the last straw that broke the camel's back for me. Of course I will not delete my account, why should I cut off myself from updates, something GOG got also my money for? I'm also not saying I will never buy here again or I will leave forever, but at the moment it's on GOGs site to decide what kind of company they want to be and start to communicate in a honorable way again. Maybe then someday I can respect and trust them again, but as it seems as they're trying to riding it out they just confirm the negative impression I got of them. With trust is also enjoyment to shop here gone, so fro now I will take advantage of my backlog or find other ways to entertain myself.