So after another full day of not being able to get on, I found myself browsing the forums to see what kind of frustration this is creating worldwide. So, the question I have is:
Why not create very long queue lines to enter the server?
Those of us who played WoW remember the Vanilla/BC days where you would log on and find out "You are 1,129th in line, estimated wait time, 85 minutes". While waiting over an hour to get in wasn't terribly pleasant, at least we had a tangible estimate to work with, and could do other things while we waited for that queue to count down. This is a much more productive and customer-service-friendly method than having to spam our way in for over an hour, just to get a small queue, and 60 seconds later get booted out anyway. Not to mention the endless afk people that aren't being auto-booted from the server, and others who simply stay logged in at all times for fear of not being able to get back in, which I completely understand.
This mindless server-entry spamming is turning my brain into fart dumplings... I think I'm gonna go take a nap.