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for questions about SE moderators or the SE moderation process.

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site, I would like to see PythonMaster as a moderator. From wythagoras (slightly edited): What is especially important for moderators, in my opinion, is the number of user moderation they did … moderation is my favorite part of Stack Exchange so expect me to be moderating 24/7! If I am not, I am happy to contribute on the main and meta site and pour out my inner Language Learner! If I am elected …
answered Apr 27 '16 by Hatchet
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self-nomination Hatchet Hatchet LanguageLearning flair http://languagelearning.stackexchange.com/users/flair/85.png Hatchet global flair http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/3296738.png meta • Are …
answered Apr 28 '16 by Hatchet
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What do you think the main job of moderator is? Well, community moderation is a thing here, and that's awesome. Like it says in A Theory of Moderation, community moderators do... "as little as … you handle that situation? I'd handle it on a case-by-case basis, mostly, but fortunately, the moderators have guidelines for these situations (from A Theory of Moderation): Your goal is to guide …
answered May 23 '16 by Hatchet
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You have probably seen many similar posts like this across all of Stack Exchange. I'll keep this brief. I do not support Stack Exchange in their poorly executed venture into forced language, gender p …
asked Oct 23 by Hatchet