Varda wrote:Fortunately, our community has a workaround: you can say whatever you want to, provided you do it in 100-word or 100-character increments...
tbaker2500 wrote:Varda wrote:Fortunately, our community has a workaround: you can say whatever you want to, provided you do it in 100-word or 100-character increments...
No… actually… that is where things blew up. We USED to have a section called "Post your political or adult twabbles here" to go along with the current "General Content" thread.
strawman wrote:At any rate, as ROU pointed out elsewhere, this is about different trajectories. Imagine having a forum discussing birth control, and Monty Python posting The Meaning of Life on it. Imagine that there the "Lurkers" are a bunch of Catholics who are sensitive and feel that a leg is being pulled at their expense.
Okay...wait a minute... I seem to be in danger of hijacking my own comment. Wouldn't the point be that if lurkers are hanging back from a discussion, then "adding branches to the tree" gives them additional places to land?
tbaker2500 wrote:Also, I think you can successfully split topics, if you properly link to them in the original topic.
strawman wrote:But I already once was a Member. So shouldn't I now be a ReMember?
Varda wrote:Truth be told, I've never done anything like moderating before, though. Maybe we can discuss it a bit more via email after Thanksgiving? I'm interested, but I just want to make sure I know what I'm getting myself into so I don't over-commit myself.
Algernon Sydney is Dead wrote:I don't blame anyone for hesitating to be a moderator, and I don't trust anyone who's eager to do it. Moderating takes a large emotional toll, especially in a "general public" arena like this one. Burnout is high, which you can see in the history of this forum's mods and their activity rates, but holds true in every site I've knowledge of.
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