well, for me, i might not seem active by post, but im sertenly on mmo-c many hours a day lol, and i just wish i culd be a mod so i culd ban those jerks there are in here :P
And it's not just being known on the forum either. Moderators are expected to take a leading role in creating discussion by offering up good discussion points, and creating threads with good topics. It's not all just about swinging the banhammer, and that can only be seen if people post!
Good luck to everyone who decides to apply
anyone with no sense of humor and the ability to detect intent and sarcasm from emotionless text on a screen should apply, they're the most qualified
Anyway, good luck to everyone that is applying.
Last edited by Nicola; 2013-07-22 at 07:08 AM.
Good Luck to everyone who's applying. I will not be applying since I'm more of a lurker and less of a poster. I WILL BE WATCHING!!!!
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I am quite interested in applying to a forum, but I have not written 100 posts there in the past 90 days. Is there a way around it?
I am a moderator at one of the biggest swedish gaming communities and my philosophy is if you have nothing good to post, you don't post at all.
Hence, I have a low post count even though I am very active.
If an admin or moderator has the time, feel free to contact me
Gen OT always has stuff going on. I've found a large community and discussion-oriented group of people within the computer forums, helping suggest computer parts/computers for people every day. The WoW General Discussions subforum is active beyond reasoning, but hey, it's a WoW site.
Or even participating in the Fun Stuff/Chat Zone subforums, while the post count doesn't go towards your big number under your avatar, it does still count towards those forums.
It's also a thing about making sure people stay active, you know. So that people won't just drop out after half-a-week.
Know who he is, so that people won't go "Hey, who the hell is this guy coming out of nowhere banning me for things I've been doing all the time".
I am not unfamiliar with Swedish gaming communities and I share that philosophy. Despite this, there are always topics where people ask for help or ask questions. They could be fairly easily answered to increase ones post count should one have the desire to do so.
Exceptional people are always interesting of course, but preceding experience can only go so far in some cases, and I'm thinking this is one.
Good luck with your appliactions, people.
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