Earlier today I was invited into a new chatroom by a moderator (I too am a moderator). I mistakenly thought the chatroom was set to Private, and replied to their message under that assumption. Moments later I noticed that the room was not private, and even though I hadn't really said anything that would be problematic if someone somehow stumbled across the room, I still wanted to change the privacy settings since we were talking about moderation issues.
So I went to Room -> Control Access, selected the Private option, and submitted my change. I was immediately redirected to an error page; now that the room was private, I had lost access to it! Apparently you have to be on the list of accepted users to chat in a private room. Well, that makes sense, but you would think that the person who changed the setting from public to private (who must be a moderator) should automatically be added to the list of people with privileges to chat in the room.
So, that's my bug report and my request for a fix: when a moderator changes a room from public to private, can we automatically add them to the allowed users list? I'm trying to think of a situation where that wouldn't be the desired behavior, and I've got nothin'.