On Sun, Feb 16, 2020 at 01:10 AM, txercoupemuseum.org wrote:
There have been numerous opinionsyes
None of them (= moderator) privileges mention “also can demote existing owner”.Probably because it requires a shedload of programming, and/or Mark hasn't gotten around to it.
Either THAT option should be deletedNo, it needs to be REFINED. We seem to all agree that a *moderator* needs to be able to appoint another *moderator*, but should not be able to *demote* an *owner*. The problem is that both fall under the same privilege now
the power for a moderator to demote an existing owner should be removedyes
Once this is done, it is not necessary to appoint co-owners who would thenWhether a (co-)owner should have the power to demote a (senior) owner is a different matter.
My opinion is that (s)he shouldn't have that, and I'm on the fence on whether a moderator should be able to demote another moderator
A moderator with all other owner powers can keep a group functional indefinitely.If (s)he can appoint another member to moderator and give him/her the necessary privileges, yes