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Questions about diamond (♦) moderators, their powers, and actions they have taken.

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We removed a moderator for repeatedly violating our existing Code of Conduct and being unwilling to accept our CM’s repeated requests to change the behavior. I was there in the debate from th …
answered Oct 3 by yagmoth555
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points to solve at the minimum. A. The handling of a situation not wanted by the site CMs is awful and chaotic. Stack Exchange needs to re-do its thinking when they act on elected moderators. They … need a consensus from other moderators before unilaterally removing the moderator status from an elected moderator (unless, of course, there is a hacked account or such violation). Some people might …
answered Sep 30 by yagmoth555
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The twitter algorithm is a problem, but the HNQ could be the biggest problem if the site is under-moderated. The CM team can remove the site completely from the HNQ for the time being. I would do a …
answered Oct 22 by yagmoth555