I would say that if someone were to make a topic in the sub-categories of #development-discussion, they would know that it would more likely needed to be a interesting and, more likely, a major question, which many people would want to know. But, even if they didn’t, creating topics on the sub-categories, would, of course, have a template. And in the template, it could look like this (Minor example.):
About the scripting discussion category
For discussing anything related to scripting on the Roblox platform.
If you’re looking to have help with issues or so with your code, please use #help-and-feedback:scripting-support instead, and, if you’re looking to know how would you be able to improve something in your code, use #help-and-feedback:code-review
Etc, etc, etc etc.
Not sure what to do about that though, but the “About the … category” will be specific, to not do that.
Now, that’s a issue I really didn’t think of. But what I suppose, is that the OPs are going to get “notificated”, and told to redefine the category of their posts. And if they don’t want to, they can just keep the #development-discussion category, as if it wasn’t a topic about anything of the sub-categories, or so.