I’ve had a recurring tension where there’s some topics that I feel lack a clear home and/or show up in categories where they don’t really make sense. For a concrete example, @wolftune just posted What should the HTML “meta description” be?
The #feedback-support category description says, “Share feedback, report bugs, and ask questions about our sites.” While you could technically call the example post one of those, it’s really more of an action item to make a decision about; it fits “concrete work on the Snowdrift.coop project”, much better… except, it doesn’t fit any of the sub-categories of #clear-the-path well, either (maybe #clear-the-path:development?).
I initially envisioned #feedback-support as our interface to the outside world and #clear-the-path as a place for internal-but-public discussion (and a way to communicate what we’re currently working on). Now I’m questioning whether that’s a meaningful distinction.