Guidelines and moderators
we are going to be opening this group for volunteers and we may get a lot of people with a lot of diversity, which sometimes can get conflictive. Moving towards professionalising the workspace, the proposal is to write basic guidelines for posting/interacting in the central group, and appoint moderators.
Poll Created Fri 8 Mar 2013 9:52AM
Guidelines and moderators Closed Wed 20 Mar 2013 4:17PM
Moving towards professionalising the workspace, the proposal is to write basic guidelines for posting/interacting in the central group, and appoint moderators.
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12 of 12 people have voted (100%)
Tue 12 Mar 2013 6:28AM
i think that self-accountability to guidelines should be TOP priority, but human character tells me that in the crunch, the craziness, the passion, that mods would be a good idea - JUST IN CASE.
i'm ALL FOR guidelines/conduct outlines.
Thu 14 Mar 2013 6:31AM
I 100% agree. I also think transparency and disclosure by moderators about any action taken is an absolute necessity. Moderators could well act as "secretaries" for the organization task group as well, keeping docs in order and discussions on topic.
Fri 15 Mar 2013 11:39PM
I agree with qualifications. I think self-moderation is best and we need to be adults and resolve issues ourselves. However, realistically, I think having some moderation could be helpful. I think this needs more discussion in the forum.