Webwork - 6:25 pm on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
ken_b, what defines or separates godlike from non-godlike moderation?
As best I can articulate what I'm after in starting this thread is that it should focus on what defines a good moderator or good moderation.
I know there's a lot to either hate or rub people the wrong way, when it comes to humans acting as moderators. I think I've read a fair bit of "that feedback".
What I'd like, as a take-away, is everything that everyone has to offer about "how it's done right", be that personality traits, behaviors, mannerisms, practices, etc.
What makes a good mod a good mod?
When you either see or are subject to moderation what makes YOU say:
"That's moderation done right."