Whether or not we use the glitch, it is there whether we like it or not.I'd like to bring to everyone's attention the fact that while the pomeg glitch allows pokemon to get moves in their level up movepool that they couldn't otherwise, it should be noted that the moves in the glitch were gained by leveling up the pokemon. Isn't that the way pokemon are supposed to learn moves? by level up? on the other hand, the mimic glitch gives moves in an entirely different way; they are given to the pokemon at lv1, just by breeding with a glitched ditto.
Case in point; the two glitches aren't really all that comparable. While they both have similar effects, the methods for obtaining said effects are entirely different. One uses a central mechanic in pokemon, the other doesn't. While some may not view using the pomeg glitch's effect as legal, you are doing what the pokemon was legally intended to do--to level up and gain moves.
For those who say that we're using a developing oversight to gain moves, that's not entirely true. Yes, the pomeg glitch exists, but that itself doesn't do anything. All that does is give you no pokemon on the overwolrd, nothing more. In order to gain the moves, you have to use the standard mechanics of pokemon.
so are we banning the usage of leveling up? or not? because what is the point in pokemon if there is no leveling up. Everyone should understand that we're not talking about the glitch itself; that part is harmless and does nothing. We're talking about leveling up pokemon.