I closed the Freelancing question as it is primarily opinion based, and therefore not a good fit for a Q&A site. It is a shopping recommendation, and does not fit within the scope of a good question, as shown in the Help Center. You can try checking the other links that levelnis posted in the comments, or try a Google search; even better would be to edit the question though, and ask for how to find a good site that has features x, y and z. Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him forever.
As others have posted, moderators do make mistakes; as a new mod, I expect I will make mistakes. But we are also a community, of all users. We have ways of talking to the moderators, and I am thankful for them. We have Chat, Comments, Flagging systems, and the best of all, Meta. On the other main site of mine, I have spent lots of time talking with the Moderators in all four of those systems, whether I agree or not with an action. When the community decides on a change, it usually happens. Again, no one is perfect.
I apologize if that question on Freelancing is not the one you're talking about, but I figured since it was linked here, that I should step in and explain myself. I'd rather learn from my mistakes (if any have been made in this decision) rather then scare off new users. I'd rather have questions asked of me that keeps me honest, rather then scare off new users. The StackExchange network gives us this ability, and is one of the few sites where the mods work so closely with the community!
I hope this helps with what the original issue was, and I invite you to comment on here, ping me in the Freelancing chat, flag a post with a custom Mod message, or bring up the issue in the Meta (if it's about just Freelancing, then probably best in the Freelancing meta site).