My site is full of different admin groups - story admin, event admin, link admin, topic admin, user admin... And those are just the ones from core GL.
On my site, I've created a page specifically for my various admin members. This is where I will post admin-related news articles, and place the admin-related blocks.
My problem is, I'd like to be able to make a topic that is readable by all admins, regardless of which admin powers they have. Within that topic, I can publish articles that are more specifically targeted. But I want a generic catch-all admin group to use as the topic container.
But when I look at the rights allocation system, it appears that if I create a group called GenericAdmin, I can't make all the other admins inherit from that, because they are core groups. And I certainly don't want to add GenericAdmin group as a sub-group of all the others, because that would bestow all the admin privileges on each member who was assigned to the generic group.
I'm guessing I might be able to go into the MySQL and establish the relationship manually, but I wondered if I might be breaking something by doing that, or missing a more obvious way to achieve what I'm trying to do.
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