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12-23-2011 @ 12:13PM
(Note: This is a repost of a comment I made on an old article some days ago. If it's not clear from the rest of this post, we're pretty confident that Harbinger will be ready for general use looong before RSA breaks. So don't worry. :)You might be interested in our upcoming Harbinger add-on. We're trying to solve some of the problems we have with RSA while adding lots of new functionality that we think will make life easier in groups. All in all, we want Harbinger to be comprehensive, extendable, and flexible.Harbinger is currently in alpha development, but we're very close to releasing a working beta--it's capable of announcing spells and item uses already using advanced message formatting already, we just need to add support for filters (so you can decide under which conditions to announce an event) and sinks (output channels, if you will), as all it does right now is output to the local chat frame.I posted some of my thoughts over at the RSA page, you might also be interested in those:http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/rsa?comment=837And you can find out more about the project at our site:http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/harbinger/On behalf of the Harbinger Development Team,Taliaeron of Grim Batol (EU-A)
12-23-2011 @ 12:15PM
My username is supposed to be Taliaeron, but it somehow turned into the username of my email address. Yay comment system...
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