As I've understood this forum is govern by the community. The moderators get elected in forums like SO. But here it seems some are selected as moderators, which has no issue as they are maintaining the ethics and other practices in this forum. But the main problem I saw is, even Budhha come and answer a question here, some of the moderators and highest scored profiles will reject him. Why? Because all the people here who think they know everything, are not open minded. So let me tell this, Buddha didn't write a book on buddhism. He preached this verbally not using english. So the words which today dhamma is explained has deeper meaning which doesn't understand by translating to another language. As an example 'anicca'. I saw someone has said this is an opposite of 'nicca' but not the opposite of 'icca'. We still use the word icca in our day today life.
Anyway, what all specially the moderators should keep in mind is this Buddhism is not a game as mentioned by Buddha if someone tries to interpret something falsely and saying this is said by Buddha, it's 'anantariya papa karma' which means a worst sin a one can do which will cause them to suffer in hell. (Killing parents is also one of 5 among those sins). So I'm writing this with millions of Metta to the moderators and high score users do not close the path to Nivana with tge life you got as a human. The main reason, I'm posting this is to make everyone understand how serious this is. It doesn't matter whether a child doesn't know a poison drink kills him or not; if a child drinks a poison he will die. Whether you know this or not you may do these sins. Buddhism is not programming, buddhism is not maths just to understand the theories and answer. Buddhism is not simple as just to meditate and keep the mind calm and answer. Because Nivana is far beyond this. If you've heard Alarakalama, Uddakarama putta (Siddhartha's teachers) were also capable of reaching dhyana but they didnt know the Nivana. So just because someone has dhyana it doesn't mean he is in right path. Only the first entrant is in right path whether he has dhyana or not it doesnt matter.
So the question is, are you sure is this the correct way of governing buddhism related knowledge? I was asked once not to put some site reference as it conflicts with some high score profile here who even doesn't know whats the meaning of 'uggatithagna'. All these are said with Metta, not to harm anyone or not to make myself a high profile here. Because each and everyone of us are alone in our journey of sansara, don't block your path to Nivana when its the time of real dhamma has risen.