ok so we have a new feature: usergroup-private discussion threads. I've been thinking we should have this for quite a long time. Currently we use wikis for intra-group discussion, and it's really very sub-ideal. (I first floated this idea in Create new [pmdev]-only section "Pmdev Discussion". That was much more generic and open-ended, but this solution meets the immediate need.)
If you're a member of any cabal groups, try going to one of your group pages (janitors, pmdev, etc.) and see what's at the bottom.
If you're in pmdev, you can see a technical description of the implementation by visiting the new nodetype usergroupnote; scroll to the bottom to the documentation.
Question: Is this a good feature? Should we publish it, or roll back the change?
TIA for your thoughts.
I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,
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