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Obscure wrote:I'm confused as to where the line is drawn between owner and moderator.
Also, when the arbiter has a problem, with whom does he/she seek resolution? I'm probably thinking of this on a larger scale than I should be.
Francois Tremblay wrote:Obscure wrote:I'm confused as to where the line is drawn between owner and moderator.
Well, Brad and I are implicit in the system. It doesn't matter if we're written down as moderating a section or not, we can do anything anywhere. We can also change the system data. Moderators are restricted to the sections they choose, and they can't change the system data.
Hmm. What kind of problem would one be talking about here? You should probably bring it to the attention of the whole group, and we can discuss it.
Obscure wrote:Yes, but do you choose yourself as a moderator because you're an owner or because you're best suited for the job - ownership powers aside?
Just any old problem. A run-of-the-mill disagreement with a poster or whatever.
I think it's the small scale of this exercise that had me cross-eyed for a second.
Francois Tremblay wrote:Well, you're an arbitrator, so you're not supposed to get posters to do things per se. You're supposed to arbitrate disputes - between moderators or between moderators and posters, etc. So it's a higher-level thing.
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