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There has a meta post on Who should our moderators be?Who should our moderators be? in meta. I would like to ask the nominees some questions to understand the candidates better. Feel free to answer this. Your answers will help the community to understand you better.

  1. What do you think the main job of moderator is?
  2. Do you have any previous experience as a moderator?
  3. Our site is a very new one. We can expect a lot of posts that are broad, but are about practical problems faced when learning a language. What is your opinions on such questions?
  4. If conflict between users erupts in comments/chat, how will you handle that situation?
  5. Some users who post great answers may not agree with the community's consensus on the site's scope. For example, they may ask a question which was previously agreed to be off-topic and may want to include such questions as on-topic. How will you deal with such users?
  6. You come across a question you think should be closed, but the majority of the community disagrees. What will you do?
  7. If a fellow moderator disagrees with you, how will you handle that situation?

There has a meta post on Who should our moderators be? in meta. I would like to ask the nominees some questions to understand the candidates better. Feel free to answer this. Your answers will help the community to understand you better.

  1. What do you think the main job of moderator is?
  2. Do you have any previous experience as a moderator?
  3. Our site is a very new one. We can expect a lot of posts that are broad, but are about practical problems faced when learning a language. What is your opinions on such questions?
  4. If conflict between users erupts in comments/chat, how will you handle that situation?
  5. Some users who post great answers may not agree with the community's consensus on the site's scope. For example, they may ask a question which was previously agreed to be off-topic and may want to include such questions as on-topic. How will you deal with such users?
  6. You come across a question you think should be closed, but the majority of the community disagrees. What will you do?
  7. If a fellow moderator disagrees with you, how will you handle that situation?

There has a meta post on Who should our moderators be? in meta. I would like to ask the nominees some questions to understand the candidates better. Feel free to answer this. Your answers will help the community to understand you better.

  1. What do you think the main job of moderator is?
  2. Do you have any previous experience as a moderator?
  3. Our site is a very new one. We can expect a lot of posts that are broad, but are about practical problems faced when learning a language. What is your opinions on such questions?
  4. If conflict between users erupts in comments/chat, how will you handle that situation?
  5. Some users who post great answers may not agree with the community's consensus on the site's scope. For example, they may ask a question which was previously agreed to be off-topic and may want to include such questions as on-topic. How will you deal with such users?
  6. You come across a question you think should be closed, but the majority of the community disagrees. What will you do?
  7. If a fellow moderator disagrees with you, how will you handle that situation?
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