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Followup to my previous question: http://www.question2answer.org/qa/15204/how-to-make-a-user-into-an-expert-editor-moderator-or-admin ...

We installed Question2Answer on our WordPress site which runs a multi-blog network. This means there is a main blog (www.exampleblog.com) and numerous other sub-blogs (www.exampleblog.com/blog1, www.exampleblog.com/blog2, etc.).

Question2Answer, when setting its roles (Expert, Editor, Moderator, etc.), looks at the user roles in the main blog and maps them to Q2A roles. This means to make someone (say) a moderator in Q2A, we must give them special rights in the main blog. This is problematic when the main blog is typically the most restricted (run by the blog maintainers).  Is there a way to map the Q2A roles to one of the sub-blogs (e.g., www.exampleblog.com/qa-roles-blog) instead of the main blogs?

Q2A version: 1.5.1

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