--- Comment #8 from MZMcBride <> ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> You realise if we "just" give it to one group, every other group will want it
> too?

Okay. Let's take a step back here: why can't users set preferences on

> And what reason do we have to not let them?

In my opinion, the onus is on the person wanting to restrict a common user
behavior (setting pre-user preferences). That is, _you_ need a reason to
restrict a user from setting preferences rather than trying to require that
_others_ find a reason to be able to set per-user preferences.

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