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  • There is no lower bound on the self nomination text length. This is puzzling; I'd expect 100 characters minimum, certainly not this:

    //can moderate

    or this:

    This makes especially sense because there is no voting going on during the first seven days: there is no advantage on getting your name in as soon as possible.

  • The "Save edits" button really should read "Enter the StackExchange™ PeopleEmpowering Moderator-O-Matic™" or something high and official sounding.

  • The "A Theory of Moderation" mention in the self nomination help box should be linkified.

  • SU's and SF's nomination reputation requirement is 2,000; SO's is 300. Is this by design or an oversight from Maths' elections?

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It looks like the 300 was a typo. The page now states 3000 – ChrisF Jan 18 '11 at 23:37
@ChrisF Duly noted. – badp Jan 18 '11 at 23:44
there is now a lower bound of 150 chars on a nomination. – Jeff Atwood Jan 18 '11 at 23:56
up vote 1 down vote accepted

These are all completed, except the save edits which I am not entirely sure I agree with yet.

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