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Our community is struggling to maintain higher level users over time. Why do you think this is? Do you have any ideas on how that might be fixed?


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How would you answer this question regarding the negative actions of a high reputation user, which was posted to raspberrypi.meta earlier this year? Complete answers should address not only the concerns of the OP, but the behavior in question and the concerns raised in the comments.


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Jacobm001 Since I put up a nomination method, I wanted to start answering questions. I don't have time to finish them all at the moment, so I will answer them as I have time throughout the day. Question 1 A question from the site has got into the Hot Network Questions, and has attracted several joke answers which have attracted quite a few votes. The ...


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How would you answer this question regarding the negative actions of a high reputation user, which was posted to raspberrypi.meta earlier this year? Complete answers should address not only the concerns of the OP, but the behavior in question and the concerns raised in the comments. Its certainly very unfortunate this occurred, especially since active ...


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How would you answer this question regarding the negative actions of a high reputation user, which was posted to raspberrypi.meta earlier this year? Complete answers should address not only the concerns of the OP, but the behavior in question and the concerns raised in the comments. I think the topic is difficult and sad, which is why I asked that ...


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Over time there have been a few meta questions related to including other-fruited-pis, such as this one that mentioned banana pi: Can we ask questions related to banana pi here? With some quick search you can also find similar questions about orange pi. The historical answer has been that these are and should be off-topic here. Do you support continuing ...


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Here's a question based on an experience I have had a couple of times on another site now. It'd be interesting to see the responses to this, and I feel that it would reveal the type of moderator that each candidate could become. A question from the site has got into the Hot Network Questions, and has attracted several joke answers which have attracted quite ...


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What do you think are the biggest issues Raspberry Pi SE could face in the future - and how as a moderator would you go about solving them?


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A question from the site has got into the Hot Network Questions, and has attracted several joke answers which have attracted quite a few votes. The answers technically solve the problem, but are clearly not serious and probably won't be very useful. What would you do in this situation? I quite enjoy some of the more legendary StackOverflow threads, but ...


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pandalion98 1. A question from the site has got into the Hot Network Questions, and has attracted several joke answers which have attracted quite a few votes. The answers technically solve the problem, but are clearly not serious and probably won't be very useful. What would you do in this situation? I think the best move in this situation, other ...


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Here is a set of general questions, gathered as very common questions asked every election. As mentioned in the instructions, the first two questions are guaranteed to show up in the Q&A, while the others are if there aren't enough questions (or, if you like one enough, you may split it off as a separate answer for review within the community's 8). How ...


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The scope of the site is generally the result of a consensus. As a moderator, you are expected to participate and to lead that continuous definition. How do you feel about enforcing definitions on which you do not necesarily agree?


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The products made by the Raspberry Pi foundation are aimed at all ages and skill levels, including children and beginners with technology. As such, many of those who use this site for the first time may not be familiar with the ethics of our site (and the internet in general). In the past this has brought many low quality questions and answers with ...


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Here is a set of general questions, gathered as very common questions asked every election. As mentioned in the instructions, the first two questions are guaranteed to show up in the Q&A, while the others are if there aren't enough questions (or, if you like one enough, you may split it off as a separate answer for review within the community's 8). How ...


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Here is a set of general questions, gathered as very common questions asked every election. As mentioned in the instructions, the first two questions are guaranteed to show up in the Q&A, while the others are if there aren't enough questions (or, if you like one enough, you may split it off as a separate answer for review within the community's 8). How ...


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A question from the site has got into the Hot Network Questions, and has attracted several joke answers which have attracted quite a few votes. The answers technically solve the problem, but are clearly not serious and probably won't be very useful. What would you do in this situation? Well, there's 2 things that come to mind in a situation like this: ...


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How would you respond to a user that attacked you personally for actions you take as a moderator (e.g. deleting or closing their posts).


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Steve Robillard What do you think are the biggest issues Raspberry Pi SE could face in the future - and how as a moderator would you go about solving them? I think the biggest problems going forward will be building/maintaining a welcoming community, and converting our new users (often noobs/first time SE users) into more actively engaged community ...


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How would you answer this question regarding the negative actions of a high reputation user, which was posted to raspberrypi.meta earlier this year? Complete answers should address not only the concerns of the OP, but the behavior in question and the concerns raised in the comments. Well, there's 2 things that can be done: Flag the inappropriate ...


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This site has experimented with "policies" that arguably run counter to the process and experience expected from the larger SE universe. There was some discussion of that, for example, on these two questions: Is converting link-only answers to Community Wiki working? How related to Raspberry Pi must a question be? What are your thoughts on how closely ...


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Jacobm001 Question 1: We've recently had several discussions about how we lack a significant number of high reputation users. I believe that over time this issue will probably solve itself, but in the mean time, we'll need a significant amount of effort from our moderators. If the moderators are too light handed, we could easily see quality of the site ...


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What do you think are the biggest issues Raspberry Pi SE could face in the future - and how as a moderator would you go about solving them? Our material can be highly specialized across a diverse range whose unifying factor (the Raspberry Pi) is arbitrary. For a smaller SE site, particularly one which overlaps a number of larger ones, this presents a ...


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It's Ghanima. Preface I believe in the power of the crowd and cooperation. Therefore it is my firm hope that a mod only has to step in in the rare cases where self-regulation fails. I see the work of moderators as part of the work the community does as a whole - after all Stack Exchange is community moderated and moderators are also just users. It is ...


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As a Moderator it is conceivable that the users of your Stack Exchange Community will ask you about a desirable feature for your Community that the parent SE organisation:does not currently provide;can never provide; how would you work out the difference and what would you aim to do for each?


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