Moderator Recruitment Q&A

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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by ruffles » 13 Mar 2016, 17:06

Diffractions wrote:That's disappointing. Would've been better off making a group tasked strictly with coordinating events to bring back fun to this site since that's the thing we lack, not moderators.

Anyway. Good luck everyone. Good luck ruffles.

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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Kyotachi » 13 Mar 2016, 17:12

Diffractions wrote:That's disappointing. Would've been better off making a group tasked strictly with coordinating events to bring back fun to this site since that's the thing we lack, not moderators.

Anyway. Good luck everyone. Good luck ruffles.
Lack of activity or not. The forum threads still need personal.
And now that the moderators are short at hand,
thus begins the recruitment anew.

As long as there are people arround, no matter how small.
There will have to be mods doing the work.
Making a group solely to events making seems fun though.
I would put that in the suggestion thread.
As for the work, cleaning this websites garbage is not small work.
Hence, why they need new moderators..Also its fun, alot of people here
including me would be happy to be new moderators.
Helping managing a site we spend so much time in.
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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by ruffles » 13 Mar 2016, 17:31

Droid wrote:
Anyways- Recruitment thread is still open folks. Still got a chance to apply.
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=22077

Again.
1. I would like to moderate forum games and visual arts.

2. As for forum games and visual art section, I'll enjoy editing people's work there when it comes to spelling and so on. ( :D ) Also, I am versed, never said the best, in html codes for making backgrounds and more. And I clearly have no problems following rules. I am not interested in being seen in the forums, I am interested in my job.


3. I am occasionally on, but becoming a mod would alter that feature.

4. I have sat down reading from page one to page twenty, the last page in a thread, from top to bottom trying to find answers for two problems I had on here and found both. So I think I am partially experienced in being a mod.


5. I guess i'll get a few laughs and respect.
dude you already posted in the other thread

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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Kyotachi » 13 Mar 2016, 17:31

Droid wrote:
Anyways- Recruitment thread is still open folks. Still got a chance to apply.
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=22077

Again.
1. I would like to moderate forum games and visual arts.

2. As for forum games and visual art section, I'll enjoy editing people's work there when it comes to spelling and so on. ( :D ) Also, I am versed, never said the best, in html codes for making backgrounds and more. And I clearly have no problems following rules. I am not interested in being seen in the forums, I am interested in my job.


3. I am occasionally on, but becoming a mod would alter that feature.

4. I have sat down reading from page one to page twenty, the last page in a thread, from top to bottom trying to find answers for two problems I had on here and found both. So I think I am partially experienced in being a mod.


5. I guess i'll get a few laughs and respect.
This is the FAQ for the Moderator Recruitment.
Q's and A's will be answered here
but your applications go in here:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13394&p=2049131#p2049131
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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Diffractions » 13 Mar 2016, 17:40

Kyotachi wrote: As for the work, cleaning this websites garbage is not small work.
If someone had made that argument a year or two ago, I wouldn't have bothered. But that's not true anymore. Not at all. It's easy. You lock a thread once every two weeks. Delete another two or three. Not because there's anything wrong with them, it's just busy work while you're logged in. The moderators aren't doing any more work now than they were when I left. Just like you aren't going to contribute any more as a moderator than you currently do as a regular member.. but let me hop off before someone gets offended. I suppose lounging around with a neat blue username isn't half bad.

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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by ruffles » 13 Mar 2016, 18:26

Diffractions wrote:
Kyotachi wrote: As for the work, cleaning this websites garbage is not small work.
If someone had made that argument a year or two ago, I wouldn't have bothered. But that's not true anymore. Not at all. It's easy. You lock a thread once every two weeks. Delete another two or three. Not because there's anything wrong with them, it's just busy work while you're logged in. The moderators aren't doing any more work now than they were when I left. Just like you aren't going to contribute any more as a moderator than you currently do as a regular member.. but let me hop off before someone gets offended. I suppose lounging around with a neat blue username isn't half bad.
stop fucking telling the truth man god

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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Kyotachi » 13 Mar 2016, 18:32

Droid wrote::oops:
ruffles wrote: [...] you already posted in the other thread.
Kyotachi wrote: This is the FAQ for the Moderator Recruitment.
Q's and A's will be answered here
but your applications go in here:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13394&p=2049131#p2049131
thanks, kyotachi, and ruffles. : ) :dance
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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Skypiea » 13 Mar 2016, 19:05

Seth wrote:
OrehCursor wrote:
Fawk wrote:If we're getting more forum mods, has there been talk for another admin?
Maybe if skypiea answers her comments e3e
What, exactly, would another "Super GM" accomplish?
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OrehCursor 5 days ago
So be honest with me- me. admin. Not happening? Maybe? I wanna help you with the account delete and I would like more tools to deal with Terrence and any other user dodging bans.

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21 Feb 2015, 23:08
Skypiea wrote:
Luffy wrote:Do you want to be an admin of the site skypiea? :D
Is something is up? Do you want me to be a second admin or take over your place?
the same controls like GM?
Luffy wrote:Just a second admin. But you can make all the decisions for assigning FM and GM :yes you should see more options as an admin
Let me know if you need helps in the control panel :D
Based on that message alone - yes, a Super GM (-_-)" Oreh.
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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by OrehCursor » 13 Mar 2016, 19:07

Im fully aware it would not be a full admin position.
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Re: Moderator Recruitment Q&A

Post by Usagi » 13 Mar 2016, 19:37

Diffractions wrote:
Kyotachi wrote: As for the work, cleaning this websites garbage is not small work.
If someone had made that argument a year or two ago, I wouldn't have bothered. But that's not true anymore. Not at all. It's easy. You lock a thread once every two weeks. Delete another two or three. Not because there's anything wrong with them, it's just busy work while you're logged in. The moderators aren't doing any more work now than they were when I left. Just like you aren't going to contribute any more as a moderator than you currently do as a regular member.. but let me hop off before someone gets offended. I suppose lounging around with a neat blue username isn't half bad.

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