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Well, that would be the simplest way, if you’re comfortable with the slight difference(s).
On Jun 24, 2019, at 6:09 PM, Glenn Glazer <glenn.glazer@...
On 6/24/2019 18:01, J_Catlady wrote:
double-checked, and it's possible to have a mod with all
permissions who's not classified as "owner." So what is the
difference - what does an owner have that a mod with all
permissions doesn't have?
If nothing, then perhaps the answer to the request is to just make
these mods owners, and for the system to make the equivalence as
well - i.e., when you give a mod all permissions, they
automatically turn into an owner.
But there must be something that an owner has besides a mod with
all permissions and I'm missing something.
I think there is a slight difference around group inheritance and
the takeover of abandoned groups. But you're right, I hadn't thought
of making them owners mostly because I wasn't previously aware that
there could be more than one owner.
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