Hi gang!This is a poll made in response to this thread about recent EMC changes. As such I request that any discussions about this change are kept out of this thread to make sure it remains unbiased. If you feel the need to discuss then simply click that link over there. And if that thread spiraled out of control and got locked by the staff: bummer. That's still not a valid excuse to start it here as well.The changeIn a recent update Aikar has changed the way in which mobs drop XP orbs. In plain singleplayer Minecraft mobs can drop XP orbs when they die, even if you didn't attack and/or harm them. This has been changed on EMC: if a mob dies without having been attacked by a player then it won't drop any XP. Also: if a mob dies while the majority of damage done wasn't caused by the player then it will drop a reduced amount of XP.The issueIn short: for an XP farm to work the players need to kill the mobs themselves. XP farms which were build on mobs dropping XP after they died no longer work. Ergo: you can no longer gain XP while standing still (afk) near your farm.Also noteworthyMy poll is meant in general. However, the trick to gain XP whilst being AFK involves around zombie pigmen (gold farm). Those drop XP after being killed, even if it wasn't the player who killed them. This is a known and confirmed bug in Minecraft (but unresolved so far, only on EMC).The questionDo you agree with this change or not? Poll runs for 2 weeks.