Tiara wrote:If a moderator deletes the post, should it just disappear?
Or should it be replaced by a brief, factual message?
post removed by moderator: personal attack
post moved to _________ thread
thread moved to __________ folder
post removed by moderator: violation of TOS
etc etc etc
I'd rather see the due process in action - fair warning/opportunity to change one's offending behavior is given, but if there's no compliance, the posts would simply be replaced with "Post removed by moderator" and tracking back in the thread would document the "why".
actiongrl wrote:...delete posts in extreme circumstances.
actiongrl wrote:Also, yes, I think they should have their own hidden thread to discuss and share ideas so nobody's operating in a vacuum and people can help each other decide how to perform the role.
1. PostPost Moderation: go back after the fact and edit/remove.
2. PrePost Moderation: moderator gets an email and has to approve.
3. ModPost Only: only moderators can post. This is useful for FAQ-type areas.
4. ModTopicOnly: only moderators can start a topic, but anyone can reply.
We have to install a MOD for #2 but Emily knows of one.
Chew on that for a bit...
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