| 11-22-2007, 01:18 AM || #3 |
the fairest 0f all
Join Date: Jun 2007
| | Re: i have a question for all of you mods and admins
magjonat, this is the answer to your question. it's in the FAQ:
"How do I become a Moderator? Moderators oversee specific forums. They generally have the ability to edit and delete posts, move threads, and perform other manipulations. Becoming a moderator for a specific forum is usually rewarded to users who are particularly helpful and knowledgeable in the subject of the forum they are moderating. In order to be a moderator, at this point, we're only accepting adults. This will probably change one day, but, as it stands, this is one of the requirements. In addition, you have to be an active member of the community. The way we currently do it is, when a current moderator or administrator notices someone they think is a potential candidate, they are nominated and watched for a period of time. When everyone agrees, we give them "the tap" and offer them a position. They are not required to take it, it is up to them!"
and jennanoelle, i'm least qualified to answer your question because i'm the newbie right now. this was my third day.
i can tell you today was easier than yesterday.
overall, i would say it's not hard, but i do feel a sense of responsibility to be helpful and fair. when i used to post answers to questions, i figured someone would come along and correct me if i was wrong.
i know that they still will now, but i'll feel a little more embarrased since i think i'm "supposed" to know the answer.
but, i'm still asking questions too.
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