I assume you refer to this:im not gonna repeat writing an essay as i did in the original post, maybe read it fully before questioning why i did it and why the mod is not deleted (someone linked it above)
Many detailed pieces of nerdy knowledge in this game, can be easily converted into visual tools, once an individual has the skill to do it, to his own advantage, and it's not difficult at all.
This orbit mod, is the embody of the little piece of random map scripting knowledge I mentioned above.
I could have just made a post, or even youtube video like TWest, only introducing this knowledge to everyone without making such a mod. But with this piece of knowledge, anyone could easily make a mod of their own anyways.
So you argue it's good to turn a small problem into a big one because there is a potential for everyone to make it anyways... I've heard this kind of reasoning before with range mods. It's no justification and in reality without a public mod not many would do the effort.
Also my other points:
There are different ways to bring a problem to light which don't involve creating another problem.
Isn't it unrealistic to expect the devs to make spawns so random that the circle gives no indication at all?