When preparing to send a moderator message, all moderators see this:
I'm talking about the last line:
If in doubt, please refer to the Teachers' Lounge and ask your fellow moderators.
Now... the TL is for all moderators on the network, some 566 people, plus Stack Overflow Inc. staff members. But that link goes to
https://<site>.stackexchange.com/users?tab=moderators, which is a much smaller pool of people... ranging from 2 to 25.
Now, most sites have a per-site mod chatroom for having discussions related to the moderation of their site. That's where you usually go for getting the opinion of your site mods; the TL is for getting the opinion of the network mods.
Go to [place] and do [thing] implies that you'll be doing [thing] in [place]; in this case, that's talking to your fellow site mods in the TL.
I'm assuming that this is actually supposed to mean get the opinions of your local mod team or head to the TL and get the views of the mods around the network, in which case the "and" should probably be changed to "or".
The other interpretation is that the "fellow moderators" link should go /about/moderators, which is actually a list of who you can find in the TL.
In any case, this is slightly confusing and misleading.
1.) What is this actually supposed to mean? "and" or "or"?
2.) Can this please be changed to something less ambiguous?
See also the TL transcript.