User moderation on the forum

A little more information about this...

141 to 146 of 146 messages
23/06/2012 at 09:10
Most forums that I've used pick moderators carefully.

It needs to be people who spend a lot of time on the forum, and also who have been very non-confrontational in threads already and maybe even have tried to pour oil on the waters of arguments already.

This would involve lots of work for RW's paid staff at first, but as time goes on, the volunteers will pick more moderators. Perhaps RW would be prepared to give them some freebies as a sweetner (must be plenty of goodies hanging round the office that have been sent to you for review).
LIVERBIRD    pirate
24/06/2012 at 07:53



LIVERBIRD    pirate
24/06/2012 at 07:54

Above post is deliberate. It's more of a response than we've had isn't it?

24/06/2012 at 08:53

It seems a good idea to me. Nobody is being forced to do it and it aids the community as a whole. Not bothered whether they have badges or not.

24/06/2012 at 18:42

Bit of a fuss created over nothing   I've worked with many sites and communities over the years and have never received a penny for it. I volunteer to give something back to sites I use a lot. Spam is a total pain in the ass for staff of any site,especially as many spam accounts post normally for a while before spamming,or they quote posts and hide links inside a single letter.

I can't see the chosen four doing much different in that respect. Good decision by RW HQ or whatever it is

Edited: 24/06/2012 at 18:43
26/06/2012 at 16:01

Maybe so TN - but once more RW appear to have asked for support and/or involvement from the forum, got it in terms of feedback and generous offers of time and effort from some, and then cleared off and left everyone to it.

I would still like a reply to my questions, as it was suggested that there may be some feedback from RW.  I accept that I wont get a personal reply to the email I sent but to not come back on to the thread where you asked for input is just plain rude.

We'd love you to add a comment! Please login or take half a minute to register as a free member
141 to 146 of 146 messages
Previously bookmarked threads are now visible in "Followed Threads". You can also manage notifications on these threads from the "Forum Settings" section of your profile settings page to prevent being sent an email when a reply is made.
Forum Jump  

RW Forums