Ok, so I looked around, and I didn't see anything like this.
I just want a little mod that is sort of an addon to the friends/ignore type list. Just a general player note tracker.
Or even, just a ingame notepad type applet.
What i'm looking to do is be able to keep track of those players I PuG with, so I can remember if I even WANT to PuG with them again. Yes, I could just use pencil and paper, but I use WoW on more then one computer/location.
So any hints towards an addon that provides such functionality would be nice, and otherwise, maybe to put a idea bunny in someones' head :)
Haha. Yeah. Badapples is great. It even colors their name when you see them talking in chat channels, a nice vomitlike orangeish, so you're reminded to not respond to their "LF1M <insert your class here> for <insert instance you want to do here>" spam. :P
I use AuldLangSyne myself, and it's great for its intended purpose -- adding information to friends, guildmates, and ignores. However, it is not intended to keep track of undesirable players without adding them to one of these lists; Badapples is specifically designed for this purpose and does it very well. You could indeed add undesirable players to your friends list (which is counter to the point of the friends list) or to your ignore list, but both lists have limited space, and neither provides you with any kind of notification when a member of one of those lists speaks in chat, invites you to a group, is in a group you join, or joins a group you are in. Badapples does.
No, it's not. In general I think sharing "bad player" lists is a poor practice... all it takes is one person blacklisting another person, and before too long half the server has the second guy on their blacklist, even though all he did was tell the first guy to keep a closer eye on his CC, and the first guy was just having a bad day and took it the wrong way.
If someone really pisses you off for good reason, there's nothing stopping you from telling your friends, your guild, your group, or even the Trade channel, and if other people hear your story and think they might not want to group with that guy, they can add him to their "do not want" list manually.