On Stack Exchange, we believe the core moderators should come from the community, and be elected by the community itself through popular vote. We hold regular elections to determine who these community moderators will be.
I nominate myself as a candidate for the 2020 Chinese Language Community Moderator Election.
Why would I be a good moderator:
I have a lot of free time and visit the forums very often. If a moderator is needed in some instances, I would most likely be available. I also read every post, no spam or inappropriate language can escape me.
I am a pragmatic man. I always treat people fairly and with respect, including those who disagree with me.
If good moderating is doing as little as possible, I would be an ideal moderator. I believe in this practice too.
I am self-nominating for a position of moderator in the 2020 Chinese Language Stack Exchange Moderator Election.
Stack Exchange is primarily a user-moderated network of sites, with a philosophy of generating high-quality, reusable content whilst encouraging users to engage in self-moderation. My interactions with this site and its community have always been shaped by this philosophy: I'm one of the most active contributors towards the content quality control and filtering processes on Chinese SE, and I try to lead by example by posting some of the most well-referenced and detailed content on this site and other Stack Exchanges.
As an elected community moderator (or not!), I'll work to ensure that Chinese SE continues to generate content of exceptional quality, improve the (re)usability of the existing content on this site, and lightly encourage users to engage in self-research and to post responsibly.
I am nominating myself as a candidate for the 2020 Chinese Language Community Moderator Election.
I participated in the Moderators Pro Tempore nomination process back in late 2017/early 2018, successfully nominating myself and another candidate. I have served a pro-tem moderator since Jan 2018. I have over two years experience here as a moderator and I am one of the most active moderators on the site.
An opportunity came up for our site to hold our first full-site election and I pushed for it. I have been at the forefront on Meta communicating between Community Managers and our user base about the process. This is a good opportunity for Chinese @ SE and I would like to continue to be a part of the site.
P.S.: I have changed my username, now, from the default one. I have also edited my profile to say something. Also, please see my answers to the questionnaire, if you want to get a better idea about me.
I self-nominate for diamond moderator (first time at SE; see questionnaire). I'm a native-English speaker in Beijing, aiming for HSK6.
I come from MathOverflow 1.0 (different account then); used my real name for years, which makes you accountable and careful. I believe in self-moderation; users don't need a diamond to moderate; the community has the primary responsibility for moderation.
I am nominating myself to continue moderating the Chinese Stack Exchange site. I've been involved with this community since the Area 51 proposal defined what it would be like, ten years ago, and I've been a moderator since the first round of moderator appointments in 2013. I live in Vancouver, a large city on the west coast of Canada, and I've been learning Chinese since 2006.
I think I would make a good moderator, because I understand the Stack Exchange Network, and how it was designed. I've been on Stack Overflow since the private beta in 2008, I'm in the top 1% on that site, and it tells me that I've helped over seven million people there.
As a moderator, I have tried to do two things:
Be a human exception handler, and deal with the weird stuff that occassionally happens: removing spam and guiding users when they step outside the bounds of acceptable behaviour on this site. Luckily, the users on this site mostly stay in bounds.
Participate in discussions about how the community wants to change.