Allow bots to edit their integration role's display data.

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  • ||Jojo||
    Sounds bad for public bots, if every bot can set their own color and mix up the colors from other discord servers
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  • Xan the Dragon

    "Sounds bad for public bots, if every bot can set their own color and mix up the colors from other discord servers"

    This is certainly a good point. I had not factored in this idea.

     
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  • Xan the Dragon

    I don't know what the policy on bumps of this nature is, but I'm assuming it's okay so long as I have new information to bring forth so that it contributes to discussion and it's not just a crude attempt at exposure.

    Given the nature of integrated roles, I see no reasons to not append this in terms of functionality alone.

    One potential addition that I believe would also work is appending an "Edit Self Role" permission of sorts rather than just implicitly allowing integrations to manage their own roles' display info. This permission shouldn't remove the ability for administrators / role managers to edit its color, and instead should simply control whether or not the role's color can be altered by the integration holder. It would be a permission shown in OAuth2 just like any other. Additionally, it may be fit to allow the server owner or people with adequate permissions to toggle this so that owners who want their own color enforcement can ensure that it shows up like they want it to.

    After sitting on this issue for about a year since my OP, I still would really like to see it and I can't see any immediate caveats to adding it in the manner I just proposed. If anyone has anything that might make this a bad idea (aside from things that aren't avoidable e.g. API changes and how certain bot frameworks would react to the changes), do tell.

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