I generally agree with everything you've mentioned, with the exception of the /anon command. I am very opposed to something like that. For all practical purposes, it would be the same as allowing Anonymous Monk to use the chatterbox. I'm all for freedom of speech, but there has to be accountability.
I take your point and agree, but I was torn as to whether
I'd rather get a good contribution from anon than no
contribution from a nervous monk. Note that it isn't
quite an anon monk, as you'd have to be registered to do
it, and so you'd be one of the monks in the on-line list.
I guess that pretty much destroys that idea right there!