Zarhym's post basically says:
"We're not banning paladins just for logging in and using their rotations. But we are going to investigate extreme cases."
If you feel someone exploited during that period, report them and it will be investigated as I'm sure they're looking into other cases.
Just because you can't see what's happening and they didn't outright say, "We're smacking everyone who did it with 72 hour bans and removing all their stuff" doesn't mean nothing is happening. They don't owe you a list of people they are banning and why. They told you they recognized a problem, fixed it, and are investigating people who abused it.
Alona. Despite me explicitly saying that I don't want a list of people, or wanting them banned you used that in your rebuttal. That sucks, and I would've expected better from a MVP, if you want to rebuttal to somebody besides me then don't quote me before typing your response.
Secondly, I shouldn't have to investigate who precisely exploited this bug. There have been countless self-reports on the official and non-official forums of people exploiting the bug. I harbor no ill feelings towards them, but I feel like Blizzard should ante up, and draw a more fair line on what is going to be taken back. As it stands now, they aren't planning on removing ret paladins PvE / PvP progression. That's ridiculous, this was a game-breaking bug. They should be clarifying in more precise terms how they plan on fixing it.
They shouldn't be banning all retribution paladins that were playing during that time. But in a perfect world, nobody's progress that was unfairly given due to the bug should be retained. Blizzard doesn't appear to even be trying to rectify that.