The Devs have a support staff. They are the Community Managers that monitor the Community forums, like Classic General Discussion. You don’t get to talk with them on the phone. You get to post in the forums or use the in-game suggestion feature. They then correlate the feedback and suggestions and present them to the Devs. If the Devs agree with the suggestion they act on it. If they don’t, or it isn’t feasible, they don’t act on it.
Stop harping on the money. How much they have or don’t have doesn’t change things. It won’t miraculously make the queue disappear.
- Hiring people to take care of a temporary issue with the ticket queue is not fiscally responsible. Blizzard answers to share holders.
- Blizzard is working on the queue times by making free transfers available. If the realm population is lower the queue time goes down or disappears.
- The population limits on the realms isn’t because of the servers. It has to do with rendering client-side.
- You don’t “need” to talk to someone at Blizzard about this. You “want” to talk to someone at Blizzard about this. If you have an idea about the queue times, give it in the appropriate place. If you don’t have an idea about how to fix the queue time and just want to talk to someone about it, talk to a friend.
You don’t know what systems Blizzard is using. You don’t know what hardware Blizzard is using. You don’t know what the capabilities of what is being used is. You don’t even seem to have a concrete idea to suggest. What purpose would a one-on-one with someone who doesn’t make any decisions about the software and hardware being used serve?
Blizzard has already said they are using the best hardware they can get. There’s no hardware to upgrade to.
GMs aren’t friends, family, or therapists.
That’s a “you” issue.