If you have a dispute with a diamond moderator your options are:
- Send a message to the Stack Exchange team via the "contact us" link at the bottom of any page with your complaint and links to the questions/answers.
- Flag for moderator attention and request a second moderator to have a look.
For the record, here are levels of moderation (from highest to lowest):
- Developers - Stack Exchange developer team
- Community team
- Diamond Moderators - Selected by community and listed in the About page of each site.
- 10K Moderators - Gained 10k reputation and access to moderation utilities.
Some unsolicited advice:
It's often best for you to try to work things out at as low a level as possible. If you have a problem with one moderator, it's faster for you to reach any of the other elected "Diamond Moderators" on your site as they have the most experience with your specific site and may even have seen other actions you have taken that give context to the issue at hand. Sometimes you want to go above someone's head (or even straight to the top) with a complaint or request, but realize that the recipient will wonder why this person with a complaint couldn't resolve it with the team of moderators that were put in place to do just that.
As for my actions in the specifics of this one case:
- I make mistakes. Period.
- I respond to flags by users. Sometimes these are wrong and I rectify them.
- I am held responsibile firstly by the community, secondly by Jeff and company.
As for my comment:
I have e-mailed you directly in the past with regards to interaction on the site. I have patiently edited questions and answers to help make them better and assist with the language barrier. Progress is made for a few days. Then the flags start. Users complain and we investigate. 90% of the time there is a problem. The circle starts again. However
After discussion with Jeff, there will be no further action. I have reversed my comment and the lock, and will not intervene further.