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Elections are held to choose moderators for the Mathematics Stack Exchange site.

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This is a question to those candidates who do not have the Deputy badge (which is given for 80 helpful flags). Dealing with flags is a big part of moderation. How do you think that your lack of ex …
answered May 7 '13 by Asaf Karagila
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Yes, PSQ should be an issue for the election. Given recent discussion, it seems that there is a very broad disagreement on the topic, and quite a lot of support for both sides. It should be …
answered May 3 '13 by Asaf Karagila
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stopped and that this will not repeat itself? Some people bring up issues which are better brought to the meta site, rather than the election page itself. Others seem to be just trolling. …
asked Dec 9 '14 by Asaf Karagila
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This is aimed to the candidates which do not have the Deputy badge, and no reviewer badges for the queues available to them. How do you think you'll handle flags, when you've yourself flagged success …
answered Dec 9 '14 by Asaf Karagila
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It's pretty straightforward. You get a comment reply on the election page, it shows up on your inbox, and you click it... and you only get to the top of the election page. Nothing more. Even worse … . You are on the election page, you get a new comment reply, you click it on the inbox, and nothing happens at all, because there are no anchors. (This is also noticeable from the fact the timestamp does not have a clickable link.) Can we please fix that? …
asked Aug 4 '18 by Asaf Karagila
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I nominate Zachary Selk. While he didn't quite win the last time, I think he would make a good moderator, and I hope that the last few months didn't dissuade him from trying again. Also relevant, his 2017 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire answers. …
answered Jul 15 '18 by Asaf Karagila
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to encourage talks, and see what's the best compromise for both sides. Why do you want to be a moderator? What is your motivation for running in this election? The last year or so, I've …
answered Aug 3 '18 by Asaf Karagila
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How involved are you with the meta site? Do you expect this to change if you are elected? Are you participating in most of hot threads? Are you just reading them and participate from time to time? Ar …
answered May 10 '13 by Asaf Karagila
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We are given three votes to cast in the moderator election. What happens if one casts only one or two votes? And how does such behavior plays within the STV system used? …
asked Oct 9 '17 by Asaf Karagila
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I don't want a faceless internet moderator. I want a person to have a drink with when I'm in town for a conference. To the candidates whose user profile is not complete with real life details, what i …
answered Dec 9 '14 by Asaf Karagila
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Since the meta site is a completely different website, where policy issues are handled, how versed are you in the meta site? If you're not posting many questions or answers there, do you at least foll …
answered Dec 9 '14 by Asaf Karagila
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again the leaving moderators, Zev Chonoles, Qiaochu Yuan, and Eric Naslund. Thank you for all the hard work that you've put into the site! For details on how the voting played out, you can download the election results here, or view a summary report online. …
asked May 21 '13 by Asaf Karagila
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So, the election are over. Some statistics and factoids of interest. From the election page: 22,919 voters were eligible, 9,261 visited the site during the election, 4,655 visited the election … page, and 2,161 voted This is quite a terrible statistics. Out of almost 10k users that could vote, and were online during this week, only half bothered to look at the election, and only about half …
asked Oct 17 '17 by Asaf Karagila
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I will repeat a question from last time. This is a question to those candidates who do not have the Deputy badge (which is given for 80 helpful flags). Dealing with flags is a big part of moderat …
answered Sep 28 '17 by Asaf Karagila
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Do you think that your meta participation is enough to know about the current problems the community is dealing with, and the complicated views that people hold about them? How do you justify not p …
answered Jul 13 '18 by Asaf Karagila

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