I am throwing out this call to blue in search for a Game Master, Blizzard development team member, etc (can be multiple!) to join this wonderful community and contribute on their off time.
For quite some time, our addon and website developers, such as @Sapu94 with TSM, or @Erorus with TUJ, have been fighting for certain changes to the Blizzard API to better support our awesome gold making tools. One such concern that is currently being hoped to be resolved is the caged pet issue - caged pets appear as Pet Cage, and make it impossible to view them on TUJ.
There are other issues that various members of this site have encountered, such as unfair bans, vagueness in legality of tools that they develop, such as CKS, and other matters that would go down much smoother with the insight of an actual employee.
As a community, we constantly try to make gold making an easier experience, with less hassle and friction.
By making a call to blue, I hope to bring in some Blizz employees or even ex-employees to act as a liaison between our issues and Blizzard themselves.
So, how can you help?
1) If you are a Blizzard employee, and are reading this, then go ahead and speak up! We know you play the game in your off time. And if you enjoy making gold, then we would be happy to have you! You could benefit from this community as much as we could benefit from your 2 cents.
2) If you know someone who is a Blizzard employee, and has worked with bans, API, or legal aspects of addons and tools, then, please, ask them to take a look here, especially if they enjoy making gold in game.
I have no doubt there are Blizzard employees who engage in other wow 3rd party communities, such as MMO-Champion, WoWHead, and the such, so why not try to get someone in here? It may very well benefit the gold making community as a whole.
Edit: As @Sinshroud said, if you wish to contribute, but keep on the down low about who you are for professional or social reasons, feel free to contact one of the moderators (name in blue text like Sin's) or the administrator, @Sterling .
We have ways of discussing things without them being public. In fact, some of our deeper, more technical discussions happen that way.