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8-04-2011 @ 10:02AM
Well, the data that Didit uses is already there for anyone to look up. The addon just presents it in a more convenient form. So getting mad at Didit is just shooting the messenger. Blizzard could have made it impossible for you to look up other player's kills, but they choose to provide you with that info. So it's ultimately Blizzard's fault if it's a bad thing to know other player's boss kills.However, I do think that it is in bad taste to broadcast this info in party chat every time you start a dungeon (as the addon author suggested). Use it for your own information, sure, but broadcasting it seems like you'd get some negative responses.
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