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@arjafi has detailed the generalsome reasons that require the organization of elections in SE communities. For your convenience, I shall copy them here:

On all Stack Exchange sites, elected moderators serve until

  1. they resign, or

  2. Stack Exchange decides that they are not worthy of the position (e.g., by violating the moderator agreement), or

  3. their inactivity level reaches some critical point (on most sites I believe simply logging in once every several months is enough, though Stack Overflow has much more stringent minimal required activity levels for moderators), or

  4. (and I am uncertain if this has ever come about on any Stack Exchange site) a moderator action review process results in a decision to remove them.

Which of theseWhat conditions (or any other condition not listed, if the above list is not exhaustive) have been met that triggered the organization of this election? Is is that some current moderators have decided to resign, or have been removed from duty? Is it because of an increase in the work that moderators are facing, caused by a corresponding increase in the MSE activity? Is it something else?

@arjafi has detailed the general reasons that require the organization of elections in SE communities. For your convenience, I shall copy them here:

On all Stack Exchange sites, elected moderators serve until

  1. they resign, or

  2. Stack Exchange decides that they are not worthy of the position (e.g., by violating the moderator agreement), or

  3. their inactivity level reaches some critical point (on most sites I believe simply logging in once every several months is enough, though Stack Overflow has much more stringent minimal required activity levels for moderators), or

  4. (and I am uncertain if this has ever come about on any Stack Exchange site) a moderator action review process results in a decision to remove them.

Which of these conditions (or any other condition not listed, if the above list is not exhaustive) have been met that triggered the organization of this election?

@arjafi has detailed some reasons that require the organization of elections in SE communities. What conditions have been met that triggered the organization of this election? Is is that some current moderators have decided to resign, or have been removed from duty? Is it because of an increase in the work that moderators are facing, caused by a corresponding increase in the MSE activity? Is it something else?

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What are the reasons for organizing the October 2017 moderator election?

@arjafi has detailed the general reasons that require the organization of elections in SE communities. For your convenience, I shall copy them here:

On all Stack Exchange sites, elected moderators serve until

  1. they resign, or

  2. Stack Exchange decides that they are not worthy of the position (e.g., by violating the moderator agreement), or

  3. their inactivity level reaches some critical point (on most sites I believe simply logging in once every several months is enough, though Stack Overflow has much more stringent minimal required activity levels for moderators), or

  4. (and I am uncertain if this has ever come about on any Stack Exchange site) a moderator action review process results in a decision to remove them.

Which of these conditions (or any other condition not listed, if the above list is not exhaustive) have been met that triggered the organization of this election?