Due to life, etc, I don't feel that I can be an effective moderator anymore. I don't see any obvious method within the system of quitting, though (barring just not responding to moderator flags, etc.). What's the correct procedure to resign?
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The correct procedure is to email us at
We got your request already. I'm sorry we didn't get back to you right away.
What's going to happen now is that we're going to line up a replacement for you. If you could stick around till then, that'd be fantastic. But if you'd rather not, no worries, please let me know and I'll take care of things sooner.
Please email the Community team (
I have already let a community team member know (though I think that you still may have to send the email) in the Teacher's Lounge.
Note that it may be better to just go on a mod holiday (again, email the comm team for this) if you feel that you may be able to resume contributing in the future.
I'll be sad to see you go, you seem to have been a good mod.