Questions tagged [moderator-agreement]

the agreement that moderators agree to before moderator abilities are granted.

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Add strings from the Moderator Agreement page into Transifex (or use existing keys)

https://ru.stackoverflow.com/legal/moderator-agreement We, as mods, have to accept the new agreement. And on this page there are a lot of strings that were not translated: Accept. Decline. Moderator ...
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New [mod-agreement-policy] tag has an incorrect description

Today a new moderator only tag was introduced: mod-agreement-policy. Its tag description states: Use this tag to indicate posts that are official Stack Exchange policy that moderators are expected to ...
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The new moderator agreement is now live for moderators to accept across the network

Today, we’re announcing that the new moderator agreement is live and the existing moderators are being asked to accept it. This has been a great collaboration to get from a draft in November 2019 to ...
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What does the “1” mean in the “moderator accepts moderator agreement” event in the user history?

Moderators have access to a list of events which happened to or because of an action by the user. One of those is "moderator accepts moderator agreement", and it has a comment "1 by&...
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Will a draft of the new moderator agreement be published on Meta to solicit feedback before it's implemented?

Will a draft of the new moderator agreement (see The Q1 2020 Community Roadmap is on the Blog) be published on SE Meta to solicit feedback before it's implemented? After all, non-moderator users have ...
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Firing mods and forced relicensing: is Stack Exchange still interested in cooperating with the community?

The last weeks and days have seen some erratic behaviour by Stack Exchange Inc., such as likely illegal changes to the content license and the firing of an upstanding community moderator with no ...
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Remove apparent agent/not-an-agent contradiction regarding community (♦) moderators in privacy policy and mod agreement

Too Lawyerly; Didn't Read: Mods are explicitly not agents of SE, and no one but an agent is supposed to access the private info mods do access. The moderator agreement on each site says (emphasis ...
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Does the moderator agreement prohibit usage of certain browser extensions?

Our moderator agreement states: […] I acknowledge that I may have access to potentially personally-identifying information about Stack Overflow users and that in connection with such access […] ...