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Should moderator act political?

The moderators of this site are also "users" or "members of the community", not only "moderator". And rules apply to all users (including moderators), for example: The ...
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Should moderator act political?

I came looking for this meta post because of an encounter I had with someone down in the main stack. The question here (as written) is a mess of reactivity, so I'm not surprised that it's been ...
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Importance of boundaries for community building

I'm not sure about your "already keeping a log of his behavior" -- that might not help at all. On SE all a user's flagged posts, and all their suspensions, are recorded -- and that record is ...
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The Buddhism site and moderators

I can understand that you have a different opinion on what "anicca" means. But to rant here that we're going to hell for saying "anicca" means "impermanence" is forcing your views upon the community ...
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Should moderator act political?

The other moderators of Buddhism SE have reviewed the updated user profile photo, username and user profile description of moderator Andrei Volkov and have determined that there has been no violation ...
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The Buddhism site and moderators

I've just now understood what this post is about. In a now-deleted comment under this question you posted the following comment ... This is a good example to prove the buddhism's core is not ...
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The ways of leading (community) penalties?

There is a clear processes I think there's a clear process. All SE sites have different content (i.e. different topics, e.g. the topic this one is "Buddhism"), and different communities (i.e....
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

I think people should be made aware that if they don't tag their questions then they expose themselves to particularly controversial answers. Remember, it isn't for moderators to police whether an ...
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

I tried to make the site policies accessible by writing FAQ index (summary of site policies) -- which mentions using tags. If you want to make people aware, you can -- the only way I know to do that ...
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

If the OP wants answers specific to the Theravada tradition, then he or she has to use the Theravada tag. If an answer can even be narrowly or marginally interpreted as being related to the tags, then ...
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