Welcome Community Moderators!

by Bamm
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Greetings fellow Warriors!

It is no secret to to most of you that we are striving to improve the quality of the Forum. To realize that goal, we have decided to tap the skills from some of our finest Warriors. With that being said, we're pleased to announce that we have a new set of Community Moderators. You may notice that some are not really *new* but nevertheless, we're thrilled to have them back.

Frank Donovan
Kay King
John McCabe
writeaway
agmccall
David Beroff
DWolfe
Kurt
Mark Singletary
Michael Meaney
Mike Friedman
Oziboomer
ChrisBa
Cam Connor
Daniel Evans


We expect that the addition of the new moderators will provide us with the ability to better oversee the Forum.

Welcome aboard fellow mods!

#community #moderators
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  • Profile picture of the author Isabella
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    I think it's great to have more mods, especially if they're well-known. I know most of them and believe they will do a fantastic job. Congrats!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Bradley
    Good move.

    Nice to see seasoned Warriors back in the driving seat
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  • Profile picture of the author mattlaclear
    Not sure, why I have access to this? Did I get called into the principles office my first day back in the forum?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    It's a 'sticky' post in the main forum section - everyone has access to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author levandau
    good move. i think good
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  • Profile picture of the author workoutstuffptb
    Well, it definitely helps to have really good moderators to keep a forum going.
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  • Profile picture of the author Willie Crawford
    Having served as a moderator for 4 1/2 years when Allen owned the forum, and when the membership was MUCH small, I know that being a mod is not an easy job. So, I welcome and THANK the new moderators.
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  • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
    Why are these folks not made to identify themselves in their avatar section as mods? Are they not proud of their status? Isn't transparency something that should be expected from our community members?

    Are these NOT legitimate questions?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    If you think 'mod status' is something to be proud of - probably shouldn't be a mod. It's a rather thankless task at times.

    When you wear a label on every post it's difficult to participate in discussions. A list of names in this thread and at the bottom of the sections is transparent. Managing member expectations is above my volunteer pay grade...

    You knew I'd say that, didn't you?
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      If you think 'mod status' is something to be proud of - probably shouldn't be a mod. It's a rather thankless task at times.
      Before the Interweb I used to clean toilets for a living. Being a mod is a bit like that, but with more shit to deal with.
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      If you think 'mod status' is something to be proud of - probably shouldn't be a mod. It's a rather thankless task at times.
      Why not? It shows that someone presumes that your actions will be fair. That shows a certain amount of trust, which is always something to me proud of.

      When you wear a label on every post it's difficult to participate in discussions.
      I don't see why? Knowing that you're a mod does not alter how I view your participation in any thread, in the least.

      A list of names in this thread and at the bottom of the sections is transparent. Managing member expectations is above my volunteer pay grade...
      Actually, my questions were meant for those one level or more above your pay grade. They should be the ones suggesting, if not requesting that all mods be transparently identified, and not just in a sticky. Who reads those??? lol I only read it because it caught me eye and quite honestly, was a bit surprised by some of the choices. Until you mentioned it, I have never noticed the list at the bottom of the sections. I'm generally a fairly observant fellow, but that went right by me. lol

      OK. You have a point. I don't surrender, readily, but you got me on this one. I will 'partially' revamp my stance until I can come up with some other way to annoy you. Not, today, though. It's Sunday. I don't work on Sundays.

      You knew I'd say that, didn't you?
      Yeah. Kinda. :-)

      Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Amit Patel
    Phew! It is good to know who the real mods are. At least now you can reach out to them when someone deletes your post or comments.

    I have a question though.

    Is anyone allowed to delete your comments or posts?

    It has happened to me. That my comments were deleted by someone not listed as a Mod here. Also, the person deleted my comment. But then put his own comment which was more of an harrasment where other people (I call trolls) joined that thread just to talk about the comments.
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