SiteDocClan have the ability to create alphafaqlets, which are like normal sitefaqlets except they are only visible by SiteDocClan. The idea is to let the author "submit" the FAQlet to the rest of the Clan for review before it goes public.
I believe this feature would be more useful if draft FAQlets could be reviewed by more people before going public. Therefore, I'm proposing that AlphaFAQlets be visible to the entire Cabal.
I would simply have written a patch for this and let it go through the normal patch review/ignore process; but the change involves modifying a node field, rather than patching code.
Update: as of Nov 10, 2006 at 19:00 UTC, this has been done. Thanks, tye!
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