Per discussion here - is #howto:moderators intended to be limited to tasks that a moderator can complete, without admin/shell access? If so, what do we want to do when a task that a moderator might want to do requires admin/shell access.
I would think those items should go under #howto:admins. Obviously anyone can read those here at Meta so if a mod find something there and can convince their adrin to do it, good for them.
I’m curious to see if the moderators category sees much activity.
My thinking was to provide a landing spot for new moderators who are still getting familiar with discourse, who may or may not have shell access, or admin rights.
Perhaps just including a note to indicate that a task needs admin or shell. The User Guides topic that I was extending on is probably a rare bird - if you change the setting before your users arrive, or have it set during your import, then you don’t need the CLI.
Yep, that’s my thinking too. I just haven’t been very strict about it while we’re seeding the new category to get it up on its feet.