I inferred that you were defending the OP when you stated "this kind of thing" when the thing currently in question is the exploitation of a bug/mechanic.
Yeah, that's what they used to call walking around some corehounds. The point of the post was that Blizzard takes a fairly harsh stance and so it's risky doing anything like the OP's describing.
quote]There is no way for a group of programmers to anticipate every action that a user will do. This is why bugs exist.[/quote]
No, bugs are a result of a typo like error or a programmer failing to think through the implications of their own code. This is a bizarre thing for you to think..
That aside, there's no way to know what a group of programmers intend, either. I'm not sure you've understood my last post, which explains why this is with several examples.
Plenty of things they do not intend are perfectly fine with them, anyway; Blizzard didn't intend, by their own admission, the fire res buff case, but that was fine. They probably didn't intend any number of other tactics, e.g. blind sap, vanish immuning spells, blinking at the end of a fall to avoid damage - but those are fine. 'Bugs' like vanish immuning become core parts of gameplay; if you've ever played fighting games it's very common there. (Also, not doing them makes you bad, or if you're one of those that finds that to be a killing insult, is necessary for competitive play).
And assuming that it's ok because Blizzard didn't ensure it couldn't be done is willfully ignorant.
I've made no such assumption, at any point.