I decided to uninstall when I saw any form of negative feedback instantly locked or deleted.
This is the one that got my attention the most.
Interesting - though to be fair, that thread was left open - and so is this one, for now.
Then again, I have seen a lot of threads closed though over time, even the ones which comprised of legitimate criticism.
In the end, I think there's a definite lack of understanding between the players and the developers.
Developers are trying to push through updates with new ideas, with little focus being paid to the existing problems/bugs - while the players want the game to be more stable and less buggy before new ideas are being introduced. For the moment, the game is becoming more and more buggy and getting closer to its alpha status - being unplayable for most of us (hence the great exodus of players since 1.8 update and all of the updates that followed).
Perhaps things will change when developers decide to focus on stability rather than experimenting with new ideas (like killing TE?) ?
It's interesting though - because developers really don't understand why people are leaving. I recall the patch 1.8 came in order to prevent people from leaving - but the effect was the opposite - it wasn't the removal of maintenance that was the problem, but the bugs that 1.8 patch brought with it - and it's been getting only worse on that front with every follow up patch.