Introducing a new command: QUERY <text>. It works exactly the same way
BUG does, where you can enter your queries and they will be logged for
the appropriate people to review and (if appropriate) comment on: either
telling you to bugfile, confirming your query is a real bug; or answering
some question you may have/clearing up some uncertainty; or hearing a
suggestion for some amendment and telling you whether it's an idea
It is VERY important you enter all bugs you know about/see. Type BUGS to see
those you've entered. If a bug you know about isn't in the list and nobody
you know has entered it, you should do so. If you are unsure whether it
is a bug, use QUERY to ask whether it's a feature, a bug, whether you're
missing some insight, etc etc.
It's also important the bugfile contains only bugs, especially when it
is being attended by a coder without mandate to make decisions about HOW
things work or whether this or that balance/tweak should be introduced. So
for those, use QUERY; then the bugfile can contain only real problems and
coder can be confident of not wasting time chasing red herrings or
waiting on - for instance - my decision before getting to work.
Also be aware of updates/fixes to long standing issues and important info
for knight profession fourth skill in HELP ULTIMATE. Feel free to talk to me
directly if any clarification is required.
Written by my hand on the 28th of Ilmarael, in the year 1236.