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I wonder whether it would be useful to support the idea of "groups" in OSQA. For example, on a site like RoboFAQs.com there could be a "group" for each FIRST Robotics team, and kids could associate themselves with their teams this way. It might be as simple as another type of badge, a "group" badge.
What do you guys think? Would this be an interesting feature?
Answer by joseph · Mar 17, 2010 at 10:12 PM
My main issue with this suggestion is that it is not clear what user problem it actually solves. If there is no messaging between users, if I cannot communicate with other group members, if I cannot retrict content views to things that are only on-topic for a group, then what do I gain from being part of a group?
If we are interested in integrating social features into OSQA, we should consider integrating OSQA with Pinax. We will then be able to get a lot of social feature that have already been built, and make both projects stronger by virtue thereof.